Don't Quill the Messenger : Revealing the Truth of Shakespeare Authorship

Don't Quill the Messenger : Revealing the Truth of Shakespeare Authorship

Published by: Dragon Wagon Radio
10 Episodes | First Released: Jan 2
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Quel the belle
Oct 24
Rating:   10
Fledgling Oxfordian here

I got started on this topic by reading Sheakespeare by Another Name, by Mark Anderson, and have been fascinated ever since. A great detective story by scholars using their research on literature, history, and theatre, to expose the great author.

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SensibleInsight
Oct 23
Rating:   10
Makes a lot of sense

Rambles a bit at times, but full of insights that make sense out of history, DeVere, Elizabeth, and Henry W. Identifies DeVere as the author of the sonnets (almost a given, at this point), by pointing out that smack in the middle of the 100 sonnets regarding the three is the one that identifies him. Well-researched and supported. Explains much of the mystery to this reviewer's satisfaction, at least. Of course, any claim that DeVere authored *all* of the plays is preposterous, but this podcast nicely puts the sonnet's authorship to rest.

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R Agemo
Oct 12
Rating:   10
Excellent and entertaining

"Don't Quill the Messenger" offers something unique for Shakespeare lovers: in-depth analysis of the many questions surrounding the authorship of the canon that challenges the traditional notion that a businessman from Stratford-Upon-Avon was the writer. Listening to this podcast provides an excellent and entertaining introduction to the Shakespeare Authorship Question.

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JonKalb
Oct 10
Rating:   10
Always a Delight

I'm always delighted when the next episode appears in my feed.The show is both entertaining and intellectually stimulating.As much as Oxfordians might like to see a "smoking gun" piece of evidence that ends the debate, consider how much we are learning about the life and times of the Bard because we a motivated to find more evidence and more compelling evidence.This search is motivating researchers to learn about wills and warrents as well as undertaking investigations in Italy. Would this level of interest be maintained if the question were settled?The topics covered in these episodes are glimpses into the Elizabethian world and clues to the greatest literary mystery of our time.I'm always looking forward to the next one.

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CanonBeyReed
Sep 20
Rating:   10
Love this show & all info Earl of Oxford

pretty much stalk to pod & twitter feed, wish i could go to convention!! Also I dont know what the meta data is for the show but when i search "earl of Oxford " it doesnt come up, and it should :)

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pbredder
Jul 18
Rating:   8
Just a few of the Hundred Reasons

Hank Whittemore has published these 'Hundred Reasons' that Shakespeare was Edward de Vere. This hour long podcast of necessity gives only a brief sampling discussion -- not the reasons in detail. I highly recommend using the podcast as a sampler to the entire list of one hundred reasons.

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Mblockhart 48
Jun 23
Rating:   10
Very Enjoyable

For those of us who have enjoyed Shakespeare’s works all our lives the whole issue of who really wrote them is exciting and fun. Set preconceived notions aside and seek the truth through this podcast and through movies and books exploring this mystery.

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SongstressWGuitarGirl
Feb 26
Rating:   10
Finally!!!

I am an authorship questioner and I’ve been hoping that somebody would start podcast based on this! I definitely lean Oxfordian but I appreciate the fact that they aren’t bashing Baconians or Malovians OR Stratfordians. Healthy questions healthy evedince. Great curiosity. Fun to listen to :)))

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JakeLloyd
Jan 21
Rating:   10
Fascinating and Eye-Opening

Despite being familiar with the work and impact of Shakespeare, I never gave much thought to the MAN that Shakespeare was. Until now! Steven and the Oxford Fellowship present incredibly interesting information that anyone in a modern world where misinformation is so easily spread to the masses, can EASILY understand how a 500 year old pen name was attributed to the wrong man and the world simply ran with it! It’s absolutely fascinating. I love Adam Ruins Everything and “Don’t Quill” feels like an extensive ep all about Shakespeare.

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