Based out of Raleigh, NC, Christina Riley spends her days teaching college students writing and literature. After graduate school, she still finds that post-WWII German cinema as well as queer film theory bring her endless fascination. She writes and is an editor for the online zine Interrupt Mag. In good time, she further aspires to one day be accepted as the first female drag queen superstar.
“I read so much about immigrants, how they must adjust to customs and the words of foreign lands. Maybe because I was never treated like an immigrant! Nobody made excuses for me. Not then – not now. Nobody cares about my roots.”1 – Marlene Dietrich, April 15, 1985