48th Annual Meeting Exhibitors ACMRS is featuring their online journal, Sundial, a digital publication showcasing some of the most forward-thinking public humanities work in the fields of premodern studies. American Shakespeare Center has an integrated platform for streaming live-recorded shows and linked live-hosted Education Content including: BlkFrsTV Education Resources, Virtual SHXcademy, and Digital Classroom, as featured in The Washington Post. Arden Shakespeare has a virtual book exhibit set up for SAA members in the US and in the UK. SAA Members get 35% off all print copies with the code GLR UI2. Edinburgh University Press has set up a virtual exhibit for SAA members with 30% off RRP, as well as a special virtual journal issue. Ingrim Academic Services has set up a virtual exhibit for SAA members, showcasing key books on Shakespearean Studies that are ideal for course use. Oxford University Press is offering 30% off Shakespeare titles, available here. Penn State University Press has set up a virtual book exhibit for SAA members. Use the code NR18 for 40% off. Have a project you’d like to discuss? Their page also features contact information for editors acquiring books related to Renaissance studies. The Scholar’s Choice is offering deep discounts on books from nine publishers, ordered using this form. The University of Chicago Press, honored publisher of Renaissance Drama and a range of titles in medieval and Renaissance studies, is featuring their journal Renaissance Drama, which can be accessed online.