Planning and creativity. Manufacturing and art. Authenticity and innovation. Carolina Planning Journal's 41st Volume, "Just Creativity: Perspectives on Inclusive Placemaking" discusses the connections between what is considered to be "traditional" in planning and what is considered to be "traditional" in the worlds of arts and culture. Ultimately, this volume shows how artists have special insights into beauty, livability, and engagement, or what ought to be, and how planners have a lot to offer because of their practical and technical engagement with what is.