The newly released Oxfordian journal, The Oxfordian, vol. 23, has been released, with 372 pages. See my article on the relation between Shakespeare’s character, Lord Prospero, Duke of Milan, in The Tempest, and Lord Prospero Visconti of Milan (born 1543/4, died 1592). Available on Amazon.com. On the “Don’t Quill the Messanger” podcast (May 26, … [Read more…]
My zoom talk about a newly discovered portrait of Lady Mary Vere, sister to Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, for the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIcC26EMC1U\ My zoom interview with Ramona Scott on her show, “Ramona speaks the other truth,” with Mark “the Knave” Eddy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt2BCTDWWx4 Barbara DeLong’s show, Night-Light, with … [Read more…]
Everything Imaginable with Gary Cocciolillo, July 2021 https://everything-imaginable.simplecast.com/episodes/katherine-chiljan-who-was-shakespeare-why-did-he-hide-his-identity
The second printed edition of Shakespeare Suppressed is now available. The list price for the new 2016 edition is $29.50. Order through Amazon (starting 11-21-16) or Faire Editions (see contact page). If you’d like to request Shakespeare Suppressed for your local library, just give the librarian the ISBN number, 9780982940556. Thank you for your support!
Reviewer Susan Bethany of The Midwest Book Review (Feb. 2013) recommends Shakespeare Suppressed, “a must for history and literary studies collections … “ http://www.midwestbookreview.com/rbw/feb_13.htm#bethany
William S. Niederkorn of The Brooklyn Rail (Critical Perspectives on Arts, Politics, And Culture) includes Shakespeare Suppressed in his review of recent Anti-Stratfordian books. Regarding the Stratford Man’s tomb and the First Folio, Niederkorn notes that Chiljan’s book “provides detailed reinterpretations of the data and projects scenarios that portray fraud at work in both instances.” … [Read more…]
Prof. Daniel Wright of Concordia University has recently announced that Chiljan will receive the Vero Nihil Verius Award for Distinguished Scholarship in 2012. She will receive the award, along with Prof. Roger Stritmatter and Lynne Kositsky, during the Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference at the university’s Portland, Oregon campus (April 12-14).