Mary Elizabeth Williams

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

Troll-fighter Carrie Goldberg: "I became the lawyer I needed" Mary Elizabeth Williams
In a better, alternate universe, Patrick Swayze is still dancing with us Mary Elizabeth Williams
What "GLOW" knows about migraines and women's pain Mary Elizabeth Williams
Candace Bushnell on life after 50: "You have to figure out how to survive again" Mary Elizabeth Williams
After actress Kate del Castillo met with El Chapo, "they tried to destroy me" Mary Elizabeth Williams
Salon commenters: What do you want from our community? Mary Elizabeth Williams
How to make a pie to die for: "Dappled" author Nicole Rucker on building brilliant desserts Mary Elizabeth Williams
Kathy Griffin still gets death threats: "They got me, but they never got me down" Mary Elizabeth Williams
The boldest "Pose" episode yet: This shocking turn affirms the show's genius Mary Elizabeth Williams
Who's your daddy? The twisty history of paternity testing Mary Elizabeth Williams
The disgusting diet that brought us together Mary Elizabeth Williams
"I want to be like Betty White": Jacki Weaver on success after 60 and why ageism is "unimaginative" Mary Elizabeth Williams
"Baskets" star Louie Anderson "had a lot of gut punches" playing Christine this season Mary Elizabeth Williams
"The View" alum Sherri Shepherd doesn't want any more drama Mary Elizabeth Williams
Taylor Swift is just picking up where the Beatles left off Mary Elizabeth Williams