Mary Elizabeth Williams

Mary Elizabeth Williams is a staff writer for Salon and the author of "A Series of Catastrophes & Miracles."

My God, I miss smoking Mary Elizabeth Williams
"Knives Out" isn't as sharp as it thinks it is Mary Elizabeth Williams
Kathleen Turner wasn't exaggerating about Trump's infamously "awful" handshake Mary Elizabeth Williams
Why "Sesame Street" was always my street Mary Elizabeth Williams
Comedian Jeff Garlin isn't afraid of political correctness Mary Elizabeth Williams
Director Michael Lehmann on why Ivanka and Kellyanne are today's "good Heathers" Mary Elizabeth Williams
How Maura Tierney learned to identify with a "monstrous" torturer Mary Elizabeth Williams
Keanu Reeves' "age-appropriate" relationship shouldn't be viewed as heroic Mary Elizabeth Williams
What would Jesus boo? As Christians, we should be troublemakers too Mary Elizabeth Williams
The enduring guidance of “Mister Rogers” on both children and adults Mary Elizabeth Williams
Dolly Parton, American icon: Why everything's coming up Dolly now Mary Elizabeth Williams
The secret code of America's most iconic hot chocolate recipe, somewhat cracked Mary Elizabeth Williams
How losing made Olympic medalist Adam Rippon a winner Mary Elizabeth Williams
Forget the fights over housework: How couples who both work make it work Mary Elizabeth Williams
The real-life “Modern Love” author whose love life Amazon dramatized speaks out Mary Elizabeth Williams