From “Over the Rainbow” to “Rebel Girl” to “Born This Way,” queer anthems have taken many forms over the decades. We’ll kick off 2023 with music that celebrates queerness and community. This may be a nonfiction workshop, but feel free to queer the genre lines or explore another form—maybe even write your own queer anthem. This is a safe space.
Frankie Wolf is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, and activist committed to changing the world, one story, one poem, one song, one essay, one video, one performance at a time. They’ve been teaching writing for over 20 years.
This class is suitable for all levels.
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