In 2011, the K-SAA initiated a program of outreach to our membership through which we anticipate holding a day-long symposium every other year on a large topic of scholarship or methodology, planned for the Saturday after the general membership meeting in May. The rubric posed for the 2011 meeting, which was cosponsored by Fordham University, Lincoln Center, was “Was There a Literary Regency?”. The initial round table, composed of major scholars in the field, drew between 60 and 70 auditors; later sessions attracted about 50. The format allowed for only plenary presentation with considerable room for audience interaction with speakers. It was by all accounts a great success, so much so that the written papers form the basis of the 2012 Keats-Shelley Journal, volume 61 in its series. In May 2013, the K-SAA held a successor program whose subject was narrower but perhaps more urgent to the scholarly phase into which we are entering, on “Romantic Manuscripts in a Digital World.” A report on that event can be found here.