Elizabeth Passarella
Elizabeth Passarella

Elizabeth Passarella

Elizabeth Passarella is the author of the essay collection Good Apple: Tales of a Southern Evangelical in New York. She is a contributing editor at Southern Living and has been on staff at InStyle, Vogue, and Real Simple magazines. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, she writes about Southern culture, marriage, parenting, food, and home design for national publications. Elizabeth lives in New York City with her husband and three children.

Highlights

Writes regularly for Southern Living, including essays on wedding and funeral etiquette and lifestyle content.
Has written about health and parenting for Parents magazine.
Has written about culture and food for The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Has covered fashion and beauty for InStyle, Real Simple, and Vogue.
Has written features on home design for Airbnb and Coastal Living.
Was a food writer for Apartment Therapy's The Kitchn, where she developed recipes.
Good Apple was featured as one of the Best Books of the Year 2021 by Real Simple magazine. It was also featured in Martha Stewart Living.
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