Drag: The Book gives the reader a look into the lives of drag entertainers and gender illusionists from across the country. With a variety of backgrounds, their venues include the hit series on Logo, Rupaul's Drag Race, headlining on the Las Vegas strip and nightclubs all over the world. With compelling images by award-winning LGBT photographer, Matthew Burgett, side-by-side with short autobiographies from the entertainers, this is a must-have book.
"In November of ‘92 I walked into a club in Cleveland with my drag mother and was informed that I would be doing the show that night. I was extremely nervous since the audience had been known to throw change at bad entertainers. I got through the number, no change thrown, went upstairs cried and swore I would never do that again. Twenty years later I am still entertaining and loving every minute."
"From the moment I saw my first drag queen, I knew that’s what I wanted to do. Drag is magical and beautiful to me."
"So many crazy things have happened to me that I can’t even fathom happening to regular people. I travel the country performing and hosting, and that’s my career."