Here’s a link to an excellent post by Linda Theil on the Oberon Shakespeare Study Group site. The post includes a revealing interview with Jefferson Foote, Robert Brazil’s childhood friend who recently published Brazil’s book about Edward de Vere (the ...Read More »
The Shakespeare Chronology Recalibrated: Excellent Review by William S. Niederkorn of “Dating Shakespeare’s Plays” Published by the De Vere Society in the U.K.
Kudos to William Niederkorn for writing an excellent, insightful review of Dating Shakespeare’s Plays. And kudos to editor Kevin Gilvary and the many other contributors to this landmark work. I shouldn’t (and won’t) reprint the entire review here. Several paragraphs ...Read More »
I’m sure that many readers of the SOS Online News would want to know about this. Barb Flues has created a tribute page for our inimitable friend and colleague Robert Sean Brazil on www.elizabethanauthors.com — the invaluable website Barb and ...Read More »
A number of articles by the German Oxfordian researcher, Robert Detobel, are available to be read at the Elizabethan Authors site, published by Robert Brazil. See: http://www.elizabethanauthors.com/research1.htm The featured article, “The Harvey-Nashe Quarrel and Love’s Labour’s Lost,” was co-written by ...Read More »
This letter appears in the June 2009 issue of the Shakespeare-Oxford Newsletter. April 2009 may well be remembered ages and ages hence — hopefully sooner — as something of a watershed month in the Shakespeare authorship mystery. With apologies to ...Read More »
by Robert Brazil Shakespeare’s play, The Merry Wives of Windsor, is filled with fascinating enigmas. The comedy, set in the environs of Windsor Castle, weaves together a street level story of love, lust, greed, competition and humiliation with a commentary ...Read More »