Bridie Clark, a former book and magazine editor, graduated from Harvard University, where she was an editor of "The Harvard Crimson." She has written for "The New York Times," "Vanity Fair," "New York," "Quest," and "Elegant Bride." Clark's debut novel, "Because She Can," about a beleaguered young book editor who works for a notoriously tyrannical female publisher, was published in nineteen countries around the world. Clark lives in Connecticut with her husband and daughter.
"Quite enchanting...It's Pygmalion in Lilly Pulitzer."
William Norwich, "Vogue"
"If Edith Wharton reincarnated in a Marc Jacobs dress with the humor of a Park Avenue Nancy Mitford, that would be Bridie Clark. Hats off to "The Overnight Socialite," a distinguished froth of rich social satire and romance."
"The rollicking, smart-aleck fun along the way is worth the price of admission."
Jules Asner, author of "Whacked"
"Bridie Clark made me laugh out loud from the first chapter in this sharp and pitch perfect modern fairy tale."
"Crisp, funny prose and endearing characters...a fun read for fans of well-written chick lit."