Marisa Bellack
Opinions Editor

Marisa Bellack is the deputy editor of The Washington Post’s Sunday Outlook section. Before joining The Post in 2007, she wrote for The New Republic, National Journal, the Providence Journal, Newsday, Newsweek and USA Today. She went to college at the University of Pennsylvania and earned graduate degrees at Harvard’s Kennedy School and the London School of Economics.

Latest by Marisa Bellack

Do kids make parents unhappy?

Do kids make parents unhappy?

A review of “All Joy and No Fun.”

Tweeting the State of the Union

Welcome to The Washington Post Opinions team's State-of-the-Union watch party. We know we have a lot of competition for your attention tonight. It's Mardi Gras! And they'll be awarding Best in Show at Westminster! But if you stay with us, you'll find out tonight what all the pundits will be talking about tomorrow.

Tweeting the Inauguration

Live commentary on the swearing-in ceremony, President Obama's inaugural address, the parade and other events in the nation's capital today.

The NRA's bold blame game

The organization's bottom line isn't surprising. But its lack of humility is bold.