Mary Elizabeth Williams

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

Don't sweat, Ivy Leaguers: Elizabeth Warren's college plan can't hurt you Mary Elizabeth Williams
"I'll never understand what happened at Columbine": The 1999 school shooting that changed us Mary Elizabeth Williams
Lake Bell on why New York and Nebraska need to laugh together over "Bless This Mess" Mary Elizabeth Williams
Diane von Furstenberg believes in survival stories: The only competition, she says, is porn Mary Elizabeth Williams
Jeff Daniels didn't want dad roles — so he took the ultimate dad role in "To Kill a Mockingbird" Mary Elizabeth Williams
Salon member comments of the week: Debating Murdoch, Cersei and more Mary Elizabeth Williams
"Her Smell": Elisabeth Moss can't save this humorless, grunge-era "Spinal Tap" knockoff Mary Elizabeth Williams
How Meghan McCain changed "The View," and how "The View" changed politics on TV Mary Elizabeth Williams
Salon member comments of the week: "I'm atheist, not anti-theist" Mary Elizabeth Williams
I didn't teach my kids how to cook. Did I fail them? Mary Elizabeth Williams
Salon's reader comments of the week: "I'm saddened by what the Internet has become" Mary Elizabeth Williams
I'm reading the comments again, after swearing them off 7 years ago Mary Elizabeth Williams
Nora McInerny rejects the cult of positivity that demands we get over grief: "Bitch, how?" Mary Elizabeth Williams
Harlan Coben on why even bestselling authors get those self-loathing writer blues Mary Elizabeth Williams
Salon's reader comments of the week: "The arrogance of ignorance" Mary Elizabeth Williams