Shakespeare Authorship Links
An eclectic collection of authorship links that readers may find useful or interesting (listed in no particular order).
"Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet," a helpful guide to some of the main scholarly resources on Shakespeare from a traditional authorship perspective. It includes fascimile copies of many primary documents.
Contemporary literary allusions to Shakespeare, courtesy of Robin Williams' fascinating and beautifully organized website on Mary Sidney, making the case for Mary Sidney as Shakespeare.
Full-text search engines of Shakespeare's canonical works. (Unfortunately, these collections don't include the apocryphal plays and bad quartos yet): http://www.rhymezone.com/shakespeare/, http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/
The web's leading Stratfordian website: David Kathman and Terry Ross's http://shakespeareauthorship.com/
Miscellaneous articles and blog posts on the Shakespeare authorship question, written by prominent Shakespeare scholars, literary critics, and other media figures.
The Shakespeare Authorship Roundtable's overview of the controversy, including information on the leading Shakespeare authorship candidates.
The Shakespeare Authorship Coalition's website, dedicated to legitimizing the Shakespeare authorship question by increasing awareness of reasonable doubt about the identity of William Shakespeare. Click here to sign the Declaration of Reasonable Doubt About Will.
Internet forums on the authorship controversy:
HLAS (Humanities.Lit.Authors.Shakespeare is a public Google group and Stratfordian stronghold; authorship skeptics should proceed with caution when posting)
Mark Anderson's Shakes-Vere Forum (a friendly Oxfordian Facebook group, generally tolerant of other viewpoints)
The Shakespeare Fellowship Forums (an Oxfordian forum that was active in the early 2000s, but is now largely quiescent)
The Forest of Arden (a members-only Google group with a wide range of perspectives on the Shakespeare authorship question; once active but now little more than a ghost town)