Websites & Blogs

1609 Chronology

A fascinating venture by Robert Brazil looks at the key event of the year, four hundred years ago, when the Sonnets were first published. An ongoing project.

Alan Nelson’s website

This website is on the Authorship Question, which includes transcriptions of many of Oxford’s surviving letters and memoranda (nearly all to Lord Burghley) and related commentary.

Anonymous SHAKE-SPEARE

The Oxfordian movement in Germany goes from strength to strength. The new book by German scholar Kurt Kreiler along with an extremely detailed website refutes, point by point, each strand of the Prince Tudor theory contained in the film Anonymous.

Dr. Michael Delahoyd

at Washington State University presents the Shakespeare Authorship question for students.

Hank Whittemore: Shakespeare’s Monument

Hank Whittemore’s Shakespeare’s Monument

Hedingham Castle

Birthplace of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford at Castle Hedingham, Essex, England.

Institute of English Studies

Laugwitz Verlag

Publishers of Oxfordian books and journals in German, based in Buchholz, Germany.

Mary Sidney Society

Politicworm – Shakespeare Authorship

Stephanie Hughes’ informative website on the authorship question.

Quake-speare Shorterly

Allusions to De Vere in early modern works. An amazing blog to savour and explore.

Richard Waugaman publications

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Charity based in Stratford-upon-Avon promoting the works, ‘the life’ and times of William Shakspere of Stratford as England’s greatest playwright.

Shakespeare papers, W. J. Ray

Shakespeare Re-invented

Website, book and PDF by Keith Browning.

The Festival Robe

A Post-Stratfordian Shake-speare blog looking at the literary scene in Elizabethan and Jacobean England. Admittedly an unauthorised spin-off from Quake-speare Shorterly, it is an ongoing project where you might find answers to questions like ‘Who wrote Shickspur?’

The Marlowe Society

The Oxford Authorship Site

Nina Green‘s excellent Oxfordian website, which contains a comprehensive collection of translations and transcriptions of archive documents relating to Edward de Vere. On this website you can also download Nina’s 44-page documentary biography of Edward de Vere in pdf-format, which brings together all of the archive evidence into a lucid narrative and eschews any discussion of the Authorship Question.