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The newsletter prints content emphasizing the publication of scholarly articles related to the case for Edward deVere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford, as the true author of the Shakespeare canon while also reaching out to authors and scholars who may submit ...

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Politic Worm

Independent scholar Stephanie Hughes has inaugurated a new blog, Politic Worm. She said: I’m starting a blog on the Authorship Question, not only “who wrote the Shakespeare canon?” but the broader question of who wrote several of the other important ...

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Oh, my . . .

“Oh my,” said Coppelia Kahn, president of the Shakespeare Association of America and professor of English at Brown University, when informed of Justice Stevens’s cause. “Nobody gives any credence to these arguments.” WSJ April 17, 2009 Yesterday (4/17/09) Wall Street ...

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News from Shakespeare Authorship Coalition

From Shakespeare Authorship Coalition Chairperson John Shahan: This Tuesday, April 14, will be the second anniversary of the launch of the Declaration of Reasonable Doubt About the Identity of William Shakespeare. On that day in 2007, same-day signing ceremonies were ...

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New Newsletter Editor Appointed [SOS Blog]

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Matthew Cossolotto Ovations International, Inc. 914-245-9721 matthew@ovations.com Michigan-Based Linda Theil, Journalist and Communications Executive, Appointed Editor of Shakespeare Oxford Society’s Quarterly Newsletter YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY – April 10, 2009 – The Shakespeare Oxford Society (SOS) ...

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