The Ethics of Ethnic Issue May/June 2016

This edition of The Dramatist revisits the topic of the ethics of ethnicity, which was first  explored in a 2010 edition of the magazine. Branden Jacobs-Jenkins joins Christine  Toy Johnson and Joey Stocks for a conversation On Race, Sandra Seaton examines Ethic Humor in the context of Shuffle Along, and dramatists consider the obligations that come with Writing Outside their own Ethnicity. Additionally, Ralph Sevush, Gary Garrison, and Michele  Rittenhouse lead a conversation with attorney Thomas F.R. Garvin and accountant Robert Oberstein on Taxation and Artists. Also in this issue, Anais Mitchell answers Ten Questions about her writing process, Diana Son discusses The Craft, Michele Lowe shares some of her creative Inspiration, and Jeffrey Sweet explains "Why I Joined the Guild."

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