From the wives of Supreme Court Justices in the 1790s to the mothers of teenage daughters at an elite private school in the 21st century, Natalie Wexler’s writing takes an intimate look at the lives of women, past and present.
Coming in June: The Observer, an examination of two women’s lives in the nouveau riche Baltimore of 1807. One is a fiery intellectual intent on improving the cultural tone of her city, regardless of contemporary beliefs about a woman’s proper place. The other is her 16-year-old maid, who harbors her own ambitions — and some dangerous secrets.
The Mother Daughter Show
A More Obedient Wife