In this, our March issue, Medical Humanities presents articles that speak across borders, part of an interdisciplinary conversation. As EIC Brandy Schillace explains in the editorial (available here), “While not a themed issue, the articles featured here do represent a trend—and in many ways, this trend offers a promising future.” We are excited to share these pieces, each of which offers a perspective on what it means to really engage in the dialogue around key issues. After all, medical humanities is not a static field, but a dynamic one. We welcome you to consider the articles, current controversy, student article, and a brief report that describes important new endeavors to challenge and stretch medical humanities in theory and practice. Welcome to the Conversation!