. Virginia Feito Wrote a New York City Comedy of Manners—From Madrid « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Harper’s Bazaar – She wears fur. She carries an ostrich leather pocketbook. She lives in a “rather agreeable” Upper East Side apartment where the walls are lined with Ralph Lauren fabric and the wine is served in nut-molded glasses. Her name is Mrs. March, and she first strolled into Spanish author Virginia Feito’s imagination in late 2017. Feito, then 29, was procrastinating at work when the prim, paranoid character appeared. Feito was immediately smitten.

Mrs. March is now Mrs. March, a stylish debut novel out August 10th. The book tells the story of a woman whose husband publishes a novel featuring a character with an unsettling resemblance to Mrs. March herself…

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