authorship question, christopher marlowe, Elizabethan era, William Henry Ireland, William Shakespeare
Did you notice? The Shakespeare Year is right around the corner.
Shakespeare & Marlowe Year – thank you very much, because let us not forget those two were born a few months apart. A good harvest when it came to playwrights, 1564 was…
And I’m getting ready. This will be an intensely Elizabethan year for me. I’m going to blog about it – so be warned: lots of Shakespeare and Marlowe to come.
And then there are, if all goes well, the Sonnets play, and a few others I have in various stages of readiness – including a radio drama – and another I want to write.
And a school project involving A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
And the lectures. I’ve sent and I’m still sending around to libraries, reading groups, schools and everyone I can think of that might even remotely be interested – offering my… shall we call it my array* of lectures on Shakespeare, Marlowe, Elizabethan England, Authorship Question, William Henry Ireland, Sonnets, espionage, School of the Night, whatnot…
So yes – as I said, this is going to be an intensely Elizabethan year. And believe me: you are going to hear about it.
* Yes, we shall: I love the word.
- ‘Suit the Action to the Word’ (nytimes.com)
- Shakespeare In Love, The Perfect Gateway to Shakespeare’s Biography (digitalcrowsnest.wordpress.com)
- Marlowe and The Mighty Line (uofuhistoryoftheatre.wordpress.com)
Elizabethan year…It sounds so exciting and interesting!
I wait for everything you will write about it.