And Don't F&%k It Up: An Oral History of Rupaul's Drag Race (the First Ten Years)

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About the Author

Maria Elena Fernandez is an award-winning journalist who covered Drag Race since before the world was introduced to the term "halleloo." Fernandez was the first mainstream journalist to be allowed on set to write about the show for the Los Angeles Times after being dazzled by RuPaul and the first season queens at a promotional event before the show's launch. Fernandez covered entertainment for the Los Angeles Times, Vulture, The Daily Beast, Newsweek and NBC News for 15 years.


"10s 10s 10s across the board."--Andy Cohen
"Everything you wanted to know (and more) about the twisted minds behind the best mothertucking show on earth."--Simon Doonan, author of Drag: The Complete Story
"The queens of Drag Race spill the tea on what it took to turn this queer little show into a global phenomenon."--Loni Love
"Mama Ru proves once again that reading is what FUNDAMENTAL."--Big Freedia
"Finally, the Drag Race book that sets the record straight. I mean queer."--Alec Mapa
"Everyone who works in my stores spends all day talking about Drag Race. Now they can spend all day talking about And Don't F&%k It Up. I can't wait!"--Jonathan Adler
"If you want to know how drag changed the world, and might just save it, read this book."--Ronan Farrow, New York Times bestselling author of Catch and Kill
"¡Amo este libro! It's dripping with cuchi, uniqueness, nerve, and talent!"--Charo