Mary Elizabeth Williams

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

Reid Scott's "Late Night" writer character "probably thinks of himself as pretty progressive" Mary Elizabeth Williams
Food truck king Roy Choi's freewheeling TV gamble Mary Elizabeth Williams
Randall Park plays "the closest thing to me" in "Always Be My Maybe" Mary Elizabeth Williams
"Hilariously Infertile": Karen Jeffries on finding the comedy in reproduction Mary Elizabeth Williams
Inside Gabby Rivera's joyful, queer Marvel revolution Mary Elizabeth Williams
My phone helped me fall in love with books again Mary Elizabeth Williams
"Always Be My Maybe" director on Ali Wong, evoking "Notting Hill" and comedy as a Trojan horse Mary Elizabeth Williams
Why college students are "paying the price" for their education Mary Elizabeth Williams
Why are adult food allergies are on the rise? Mary Elizabeth Williams
What comedian Pete Holmes knows about the self and love, and self love Mary Elizabeth Williams
"Fleabag" gets a brilliant swan song: Who says there are no great finales? Mary Elizabeth Williams
Don't worry, parents of babies named Khaleesi: You're in good company Mary Elizabeth Williams
Why bringing Bill Cosby to justice took so long: "I reported all of this in 2005 and nobody cared" Mary Elizabeth Williams
Paula Pell, queen of comedy: On her "SNL" years, making "Wine Country" with Amy Poehler and more Mary Elizabeth Williams
My priest was an accused abuser: The Catholic sexual abuse story gets personal Mary Elizabeth Williams