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

2016: The Year in Photos

From political upheaval at home and abroad to natural disasters and terrorism, these are the images that drove the debates of 2016

The Washington Post’s Election Day Limerick Contest

Sum up the presidential campaign in verse.

I was Gay Talese’s teaching assistant. I quit because of his sexism.

The backlash he’s gotten this past week has been a long time coming.

Just how bad are the breast-feeding police?

Just how bad are the breast-feeding police?

Courtney Jung’s “Lactivism” overstates its case.