Adam McGee is the Managing Editor of Inquest. Before joining Inquest, he served as Managing Editor of Boston Review for nearly a decade, where he was also founding Arts Editor of the magazine’s Arts in Society project. He had previously served as Acting Managing Editor of Transition. He earned a PhD in African and African American Studies from Harvard University and a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School. His scholarship has appeared in Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, Dreaming: Journal of the Association for the Study of Dreams, and the Journal of Haitian Studies, as well as the edited volume Gemini and the Sacred: Twins and Twinship in Religion and Myth. As a poet and writer, he has been in Prairie Schooner, Electric Lit, Poets & Writers, Raleigh Review, Painted Bride, Memorious, Cimarron Review, Assaracus, and elsewhere. Prior to becoming a full-time editor, he taught religious studies and anthropology at Harvard, Tufts, and Northeastern.