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This is an occasional blog that monitors current news and commentary about the Shakespeare authorship debate, with a special emphasis on the claims for Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford as the true Shakespeare. It is managed by myself, William Boyle. I have 30+ years experience in the debate, have edited newsletters on it, have written and delivered papers at authorship conferences, and currently publish books through my imprint Forever Press. I am also the webmaster at  The Shakespeare Adventure page and the New England Shakespeare Oxford Library page. The SOAR database, which includes more than 4,800 entries (covering the past 80 years) for newsletter and journal articles on the authorship debate and the Oxfordian theory can be accessed from the New England Shakespeare Oxford Library page.

In February 2014 the entries from my now defunct blog The Lone Oxfordian were transferred to this blog. They appear here as posts from “everreader.” These posts were mostly made from February 2009 to late 2011 (with a couple in 2012 and 2013), at which time I started the “everreader” blog in December 2011.

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  1. Andrew Golding
    Sep 01, 2014 @ 10:11:00

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