NOTE: This article is a republication- Source: Publishers Weekly (by Emell Adolphus).
After years of organizational transition, the 35th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, or Lammys, held on June 9, served as a homecoming of sorts for Lambda Literary. The event brought many of the organization's authors, writers, editors, and supporters back together again after the live awards ceremony was put on pause in 2020.
Held at the Edison Ballroom in New York City, the room was filled with LGBTQ+ media professionals who had previously won Lammy awards or had been honored by the organization in some capacity. Mostly, the mood shared among attendees was joy at being back in-person and connecting with the community.
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