Heather Havrilesky

Heather Havrilesky is a regular contributor to the New York Times Magazine, The Awl and Bookforum, and is the author of the memoir "Disaster Preparedness." You can also follow her on Twitter at @hhavrilesky.

10 years ago: "The Sopranos" goes dark Heather Havrilesky
"The Leftovers" reveals the limits of "concept-driven" TV Heather Havrilesky
The nostalgia-industrial complex: What "Game of Thrones" teaches us about TV's obsession with the past Heather Havrilesky
"Orange Is the New Black": Season 2 shows us what the "golden age" of TV really means Heather Havrilesky
"Mad Men" finale recap: "The moon belongs to everyone" Heather Havrilesky
"Mad Men" recap: Are you a surprise? Heather Havrilesky
"Louie's" manic bossy nightmare girls: How Louis C.K. destroyed this male wishful thinking fantasy Heather Havrilesky
"Mad Men" recap: "Get out while you can" Heather Havrilesky
"Mad Men" recap: Anything left behind Heather Havrilesky
"Mad Men" recap: It's just a matter of time Heather Havrilesky
"Mad Men" recap: Just tell the truth Heather Havrilesky
"Mad Men" recap: Alone in a crowd Heather Havrilesky
"Where's the female Woody Allen?" Heather Havrilesky
Will the truth set Don Draper free? Heather Havrilesky
James Gandolfini: "No character captured the longing and melancholy of American life better than Tony Soprano" Heather Havrilesky