Returning guest Cheryl Eagan-Donovan sits down with Roger Stritmatter and Charles Boynton to talk all about sex! Specifically how much sex is alluded to within the 154 Shakespeare Sonnets and what it tells us about their author.
John Shahan of the Shakespeare Authorship Coalition joins Steven to discuss the famous Declaration of Reasonable Doubt, "Shakespeare Beyond Doubt?" and building scrutiny of the obfuscation perpetuated by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Learn more at doubtaboutwill.org
Guests Julie Sandys Bianchi, Robert Meyers, and Hank Whittemore discuss the historical implications of the misidentification of the true author of the Shakespearean canon.
Steven welcomes Actor/Filmmaker Jake Lloyd and Writer/Poet Alexandra Hoey from fellow DWR podcast, Dungeons and Dragon Wagon into the studio on behalf of YOU the listener! Specifically the listener who may be completely new to the Shakespeare Authorship Question (S.A.Q.). Jake and Alexandra pick Steven's brain as true newcomers to the authorship mystery in a casually fun, insightful, and extra long conversation on this week's Don't Quill the Messenger!
Documentary Filmmaker Cheryl Eagan-Donovan joins Steven to discuss her new documentary film, "Nothing Truer Than Truth," covering aspects of the life of Edward de Vere, and his well-documented visit to Italy in 1575.
Master Scholar Earl Showerman, Theater Professor Theresa Lauricella, and Greek Mythology enthusiast and host of the podcast Mythunderstood, Paul Bianchi, discuss Shakespeare's greater Greek and how the author may have had a better understanding of it then we have been led to believe. Influence of the Greek masters can be found throughout the Shakespearean canon.
We're joined by Bonner Miller Cutting and Professor Don Rubin to discuss the quirky details of the last will and testament of the man from Stratford.
We welcome back special guest Bryan Wildenthal, along with fellow legal eagles Tom Regnier and Mark Andre Alexander to discuss Shakespeare's mastery of the law.
Our first guest Bryan Wildenthal, Vice President of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, joins Steven to help introduce the Shakespeare Authorship Question; its foundations, and the meteoric rise of a top candidate as the true writer.
Theatrical Producer/Director/Actor Steven Sabel introduces you to literary history's greatest mystery and tells you what to expect on Don't Quill the Messenger.
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