“Foreign Goods: A Selection of Writing by British East Asian Artists”, edited by, and including a play by, MSt alumna Jingan Young published by Oberon Books

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Foreign Goods: A Selection of Writing by British East Asian Artists , curated and edited by MSt alumna Jingan Young, will be published by Oberon Books on 19 January 2018. It is now available for pre-order.

From the announcement:

This is the first ever collection of modern dramatic writing by British East Asian writers, curated and edited by the award-winning playwright Jingan Young. With a foreword by David Henry Hwang.

This ground-breaking collection features eight contemporary pieces written by British East Asian writers. Published by Oberon Books, its release contributes to improving the authentic representation of British East Asian people in the theatre industry and beyond.

The book contains mixture of full plays, short plays and monologues and so provides new and relevant material for actors, as well as new plays available for production. As such it will prove popular among actors, theatre makers and playwrights, as well as general readers, teachers, academics and students. It is an essential

introduction to the British East Asian theatrical community.

Includes the plays:
No More Lotus Flower! By Julie Cheung-Inhin,
Suzy Wong: Fitting In and Fucking Up by Kathryn Golding
Jamaica Boy by Stephen Hoo,
The Stone by Amber Hsu,
Under a Blood Red Moon
by Lucy Chau Lai-Tuen
The Confession by Cathy Lam
The Swing by Tan Suet Lee
I’m Just Here to Buy Soy Sauce by Jingan Young.

Available for pre-order. Copies will be sold at Foreign Goods 3″