She witnessed how the drag scene ceased to be unknown to become a revolution in which the media and society as a whole became interested. Its epicentre? The East Village, where Linda says that "a rebellious drag sensibility" could be felt in the atmosphere. The multi-faceted queen and promoter of some of the most iconic parties experienced that rise first-hand with friends like Lady Bunny or Candis Cayne, among many others, at a time when they were treated as VIPs. "We were all creatures of the night and we respected each other," she explains. Now, she shows us the ups and downs through her memories seen in her photographs, bringing us closer to an unrepeatable time. "I think it's all about making history available to people, including my book."