DG National Conference Issue
No. 5
Vol. 20
May/Jun 2018

This edition of The Dramatist is dedicated to that summer's DG National Conference. Other topics of note include Tere Martínez's feature on how Puerto Rican playwrights' Creative Fury in the aftermath of Hurricane María's devastating impact, a discussion between Emily Mann and Teresa Coleman Wash on being Playwrights as Artistic Directors, and a Roundtable on Fair Use in Copyright Law (moderated by Gray Coleman). Also in this issue, Dramatists explain what the Guild's motto "Your Pen Our Sword" means to them and Deborah Murad unveils new Devised Theatre Contracts for DG members. Additionally, Gordon Leary responds to Ten Questions about being a writer, Julia Meinwald answers questions about The Craft, and Young Jean Lee shares "Why I Joined the Guild."

THE DRAMATIST is made possible by funding from the Council of the Dramatists Guild of America, a generous gift from the JOHN LOGAN FOUNDATION through a grant from the Dramatists Guild Foundation, and contributions from Guild members LIKE YOU.

cover art of the National Conference Issue 2018: Spotlights above a city skyline that read "Your Pen, Our Sword".

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