When the Lambda Emerging LGBTQ Voices Retreat was born in 2007, it was the first program of its kind for queer writers. Since then, annual week-long workshops have been led by queer faculty from a range of genres, organized by queer administration, for groups of around twelve queer writers of tomorrow. But the retreat is more than just a week of queer writing. It’s a community, network, and opportunity to be taught by cohorts and instructors who share a common mythology.
About this project"WHAT IS THIS? WHAT'S GOING ON? "I'm glad you asked, Internet Person! "What The Woolf Wore" is a script about what relationships mean and how long they "mean" for. It's also about modern queerness! And it's also about guacamole! It's about a lot of things, and it's gonna be awesome to work through all of the meanings with a workshop! "BUT WAIT! WHAT'S A WORKSHOP? "A workshop is what happens after a play has a reading and before it gets fully produced.