Publications

WE RECOMMEND

 

2019

OXFORDIAN ARCHIVES IN ENGLAND: Two databases of Oxfordian Ephemera and Oxfordian Books in the Special Collections Holdings of Brunel University, the University of London and the University of Liverpool, by James A. Warren of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship.

A comprehensive catalogue of research material held in the UK, in anticipation of the J. Thomas Looney centenary in 2020 (available on request from jimwarren1000@gmail.com).

2018

“SHAKESPEARE” IDENTIFIED IN EDWARD DE VERE, THE SEVENTEENTH EARL OF OXFORD
by J. Thomas Looney (1920) (Classic Reprint available 2018)

SHAKESPEARE’S SECRETS
novel by Aaron Tatum (DVS member, independently published, 2018)

2017

THE SHAKESPEARE AUTHORSHIP MYSTERY EXPLAINED
by Geoffrey Eyre (2017)

2015

THE MEDIA PLAYERS: SHAKESPEARE, MIDDLETON, JONSON, AND THE IDEA OF NEWS
by Stephen Wittek (University of Michigan Press, 2015)

SHAKESPEARE IN COURT
by Alexander Waugh (2015)

THE CASE FOR EDWARD DE VERE AS SHAKESPEARE
by Geoffrey Eyre (2015)

2013

SHAKESPEARE BEYOND DOUBT? EXPOSING AN INDUSTRY IN DENIAL
John M. Shahan, Alexander Waugh (Eds.) for the Shakespeare Authorship Coalition (2013)

2012

SHAKESPEARE’S UNORTHODOX BIOGRAPHY (2nd edition)
by Diana Price (Greenwood Press, 2012)

THE WATCHERS: A SECRET HISTORY OF THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH I   by Stephen Alford (Allen Lane, 2012)

The religious, political and spy network context against which Shakespeare’s plays were written. No direct mention of Edward de Vere, but it does cover the spying activities of Anthony Munday, Charles Arundel and Henry Howard, and mentions Christopher Marlowe.

2011

THE SHAKESPEARE GUIDE TO ITALY
by Richard Roe (Harper Collins, 2011)

THE MAN WHO WAS NEVER SHAKESPEARE
by Tony Pointon (2011)

THE EARL OF OXFORD AND THE MAKING OF “SHAKESPEARE”: THE LITERARY LIFE OF EDWARD DE VERE IN CONTEXT
by Richard Malim (2011)

This book fills a gap caused by the failure to recognize De Vere as a primary contributor to the history and development of English literature: the consensus is that, although there were stirrings in the literary scene, there was very little real development until the advent of Sidney, Marlowe, Greene and Peele in the mid-1580s. Then a few years later, out of the blue, along comes Shakespeare.

THE SHAKESPEARE FILE
Kindle edition novel by Simon Fry (DVS member, Imprimata, 2011)

2010

DATING SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS
by Kevin Gilvary (Parapress, 2010) Available in the UK for £5 from president@deveresociety.co.uk

2009

THE LAME STORYTELLER, POOR AND DESPISED
by Peter Moore (Verlag Uwe Laugwitz, 2009)
See review under ‘Reviews 2010’.

THE MUSE AS THERAPIST: A New Poetic Paradigm for Psychotherapy
by Heward Wilkinson (Karnak Books, 2009 | Routledge, 2018)

Chapter 4 is entitled: Reality, Existence and the Shakespeare Authorship Question. A treatment of the SAQ, which is derived from a psycho-therapeutic-literary understanding of what we can reveal about the author and his dilemma from analysis of the work.

2005

SHAKESPEARE’ BY ANOTHER NAME
by Mark Anderson (Gotham, 2005)

2004

GREAT OXFORD: ESSAYS ON THE LIFE AND WORK OF EDWARD DE VERE
by Richard Malim (Parapress, 2004) Available in the UK for £5 from president@deveresociety.co.uk

 

 

 

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