Note: p‑values are criticized here for their implied use for significance testing (NHST). Remember, however: they're different things. NHST through confidence intervals is just as bad; and p‑values have legitimate uses. The issue is NHST.
So the “p-bashing” below is mostly NHST-bashing by proxy.

From Stephen Gorard 2016:

William M. Briggs, on his site:

Charles Seife, on Edge, 2014:

From Gigerenzer 2004:

From Gigerenzer & Marewski 2015:

Andrew Gelman, on his site, 2015:

Nassim Taleb, 2017 (related paper here):

From John Ioannidis 2016:

David Trafimow, who in 2015 banned significance testing (and, controversially, also p‑values and CIs) from the journal Basic and Applied Social Psychology:

From Trafimow et al 2018 (pdf):

Instructions for submissions to the journal Epidemiology:

From Kenneth J. Rothman 2014:

From Greenland et al. 2016:

From Greenland 2017:

A.W.F. Edwards (quoted in Greenland 2016):

From Thompson 1992:

Robert Matthews:

From Beninger et al. 2012:

From José Perezgonzalez 2015:

From Jeff Gill 2004:

From Donald Berry 2017: