I missed the panel I was to have chaired, and much else of interest, waiting for the snow to clear and my flight to get airborne, but I was finally in Louisville for the 47th iteration of the conference on literature and culture after 1900. Fortunately I did not miss my own paper, part of an entire panel dedicated to the work of C.L.R. James. At the end, we had another poetry reading at La Casa Golding and then everybody flew away. Everybody but me, that is; more flight delays, more time in Louisville.
[additional photos by Lauri Ramey and Nathaniel Mackey]