After â€˜retiringâ€™ from drag in 2000, Josh Kilmer-Purcell refocused on his advertising career, winning numerous awards, and is now a partner in a mid-size creative advertising agency in lower Manhattan. He lives on Manhattanâ€™s Upper East Side with his partner of five years.
An outrageous story of drag, drugs and debauchery. This memoir is told with a great deal of humour and pathos. I think I find myself drawn to books like this because the ability for people to hit rock bottom (usually while having a mad and crazy time on the way down!!) and then pull themselves back up with such courage and strength is truly inspiring. I loved this for its campness, it’s darkness and its honesty.