50 Drag Queens Who Changed the World: A Celebration of the Most Influential Drag Artists of All Time (Hardcover)
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50 Drag Queens Who Changed the World is a tribute to the hugely influential pioneers who have shaped the fantastic world of drag, as well as the queens of today that we all know and love.
Learn about the wild and brilliant lives of Mama Ru and the best-loved Drag Race superstars, including Alaska, Bianca Del Rio and Courtney Act, as well as legends like Divine and Lady Bunny, and the new scene of radical contemporary drag artists, such as Amrou Al-Kadhi and Victoria Sin.
Drag queens have been sissying that walk for a lot longer than you think, and this book is a sparkling celebration of the high-heeled, hairsprayed, punk-rock art form that has influenced pop culture for as long as it has been around.
About the Author
Dan Jones is a London-based writer focusing on style, grooming, cocktails, and queer history. Formerly of i-D, Time Out, and ASOS, Dan works with fashion and lifestyle brands, and creative agencies and institutions around the world. He is the author of The Mixer's Manual, Man Made, the best-selling Gin: Shake, Muddle Stir and 50 Queers Who Changed the World.