Jayna Brown

Jayna Brown is an Associate Professor at UC Riverside. Her first book, Babylon Girls: Black Women Performers and the Shaping of the Modern, was winner of the American Society of Theatre Research Errol Hill Award. She is currently working on her second book about speculative fiction, music and utopian thought, particularly in the context of the black diaspora. She lives in Los Angeles. 


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Queer as Folk

A folk tale that leads in delightfully unpredictable directions....

Queer as Folk
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