Time Out Chicago Magazine printed Alexandra Billings' letter to the editor. (see Out The Box, Please!) Surprisingly for a magazine this size they print only three or four letters a month. So, the fact that they printed Alex's letter is a good thing.
There were no editorial comments regarding her discomfort with the writer's characterization of her comedy. Just a heading that read....
Lady sings the blues.
Well! I don't think she was singing any blues. It should have read...
Lady tells the truth, or Lady sets us straight, or Lady takes us to the wood shed
Reviewer unfair, or Rude Reviewer or Drags all wrong.
Perhaps it could have stated simply,
This Lady is no drag
Meaning: Yes, we hear you Alexandra and you make a good point. Period.