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Digital Subscriptions > Boston Review > Allies (Fall 2019) > EDITORS’ NOTE

EDITORS’ NOTE

Adam McGee, Ed Pavlić, & Evie Shockley

IN ALLIES, we ask artists how they approach a question that animates many of Boston Review’s political essays: How do people who are not alike forge productive alliances? This is not only a political question —all relationships are in some sense acts of bridge-building. But in a moment of global and national chaos fueled in part by intensified identity wars, it feels critical to see if artists have ideas that others have missed.

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Allies is the first publication of Boston Review's newly inaugurated Arts in Society department. A radical revisioning of the magazine's poetry and fiction, the department unites them—along with cultural criticism and belles lettres—under a project that explores how the arts can speak directly to the most pressing political and civic concerns of our age, from growing inequality to racial and gender regimes, a disempowered electorate, and a collapsing natural world.