Researching Edward de Vere and the Shakespeare Authorship Question for 50 years . . .
The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter, published since 1965, is the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship’s quarterly newsletter, with news on the latest developments in the Shakespeare authorship question, articles, book and film reviews, poems, and letters.
The Oxfordian is a peer-reviewed journal published annually in the fall since 1998. The Oxfordian is a professional publication that features papers providing in-depth coverage of issues of importance to Shakespeare scholars.
Brief Chronicles is an annual peer-reviewed interdisciplinary academic journal, published since 2009 and dedicated to examining the Shakespeare authorship question and, more generally, topics in early modern authorship studies.
The newsletter Shakespeare Matters was published from 2001 through 2013. Download all issues of Shakespeare Matters, with their many outstanding articles on the authorship question, from this site.
The Ever Reader, an online magazine published from 1995 to 2000, featured a sampling of Oxfordian news, articles and essays drawn from The Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter, past materials published on the Shakespeare Authorship Question, and new material written exclusively for first publication on the internet.
Browse articles that have been reprinted from elsewhere or published directly to the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship website.
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A catalog with over 4,400 entries for articles, essays, conference reports and news items published in all Oxfordian journals, newsletters, magazines, and books over the past 75 years. It includes full coverage of all the newsletter and journal articles from the publications of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship (1965 to date, current year excluded). There is also selected coverage of general Shakespeare authorship related materials, items published on the web only, and documents (e.g., letters, diaries, wills, etc.) related to the authorship debate.