Nobel Prize for Oxfordian

Nobel Prize for Oxfordian

The winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize for Physics, Sir Roger Penrose, is also an Oxfordian. When interviewed in 2014, Sir Roger said: “The [Looney] book made a very strong case – I think I am rather persuaded that … it was Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford … I went to see The […]....
The Oxfordian Vol. 22

The Oxfordian Vol. 22

The Oxfordian is the peer-reviewed journal of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, an organization that conducts research and publishes on the Early Modern period, William Shakespeare and the authorship of Shakespeare’s works. The journal offers research articles, essays and book reviews by academicians and independent....
Renaissance Man

Renaissance Man

Who was Thomas Watson? Famous in his day, he was the epitome of Renaissance man: classical scholar, linguist, poet, playwright, musician, scientist, thinker, traveller, cosmologist, a man of intense curiosity. ‘A very learned man that could tell strange things.’ His book of 100 love poems still intrigues, and music....
Verus Publishing

Verus Publishing

This truly remarkable series of books will shortly be available to buy on the DVS website: watch this space for further information. A welcome publication to celebrate the centenary of “Shakespeare” Identified1920–2020. According to the website, the publisher ‘Is devoted to presenting the most prominent and bel....
Shakespeare Masterclasses

Shakespeare Masterclasses

A book published in 2020 of interviews with 13 leading Shakespearian actors. Edited by Ron Destro, founding director of the Oxford Shakespeare Company. Although this is not an authorship question book, Ron Destro admits “There is some Oxfordian discussion in the book, since I interviewed three de Vere supporters: Si....