Grateful to have attended The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900. This year's conference managed a great mix of creative and critical panels. I had the pleasure of both reading poems alongside Amy Ash, Jennifer Bartlett, and Adam Fagin, and presenting an essay on Jewish American poetry as sites of memory. Among the numerous keynotes at this year's event, I especially enjoyed hearing Juliana Spahr read from her newest collection. Thank you to the organizers for putting on a great conference.