By Sarah Hamburg

Sarah Hamburg received her MFA in writing for children and young adults from Vermont College, and served as Children's Writer-in-Residence at the Boston Public Library. Her work has appeared in the Horn Book Magazine.

  1. Previously in this series.

    You love Don Draper, but at the same time you're glad patriarchy is dead. It was a tough fight, and when you watch Don Draper you can see that he understands this too— both the love, and the complicated gladness.

    At patriarchy's funeral you were the one who laid a wreath on the coffin, and it was you who brought coffee to the grieving widows.