- Campion's Accuser and Sir Thomas More, by Thomas Merriam (Spring, 2001)
- Historicizing Difference: Anti-Stratfordians and the Academy by David Chandler (Spring, 2001)
- "A stranger ladies thrall": Elizabeth I, Henry Lee and the Ditchley Progress of 1592, by Dr. William Leahy (Spring, 2001)
and its Celtic Connections by Dr. Hilary Lloyd Yewlett. (Spring, 2001)
- Madoc and Dr.
Dee: Welsh Myth and Elizabethan Imperialism,
by Robert W. Barone. (Autumn, 2000)
the Great: A ten-act Renaissance Play? by
Stephen D. Rowe. (Spring, 2000)
Shakespeare Canon of Statutory Construction
by Justice John Paul Stevens.(Spring, 2000)
Stevens' discussion group.
Transformation, by Peter Usher (Spring, 1999).
Alternative Theory of the Oxford Cover-Up by Richard Lester (Spring,
Peacham and the First Folio of 1623 by Peter Dickson (Autumn, 1998)
- Why was
Venus and Adonis Published? by Richard Lester (Spring,
Philosophy of Shakspeare's Plays Unfolded, by Delia Bacon
—edited by Elliott Baker (Spring, 1998)
Macbeth's Curds and Whey, by David Chandler (Autumn, 1997)
- What's in a
Name? Shakespeare, Shake-scene and the Clayton loan by Diana Price
Cordelia, Oxford's Susan, and Manningham's Diary by Warren Hope,
- An Encore
for Shakespeare's Rare Italian Master by Ross W. Duffin (Spring,
Self-Portrait, by Charlton Ogburn, Jr.
- The Case of
Shakspere v. Oxford: A Brief Brief , by Warren Hope
Mock Trial (1998)- Oxford vs. Shakespeare, Chief Justices Presiding
- A Debate on
Henry IV Part One, by Gerald Downs & John Baker (Spring,
- The Marginalia of Edward De Vere's Geneva Bible, Reviewed by John Mucci (Spring, 2001)
Unorthodox Biography, by Diana Price, reviewed by Warren Hope
- Music CD: Sonnet: Featuring
Music by Oberon (Autumn, 2000)
Late Mr. Shakespeare by Robert Nye, reviewed by Micah Stern
- De Vere is
Shakespeare by Dennis Baron, reviewed by Peter Morton
- Music CD: The
Food of Love: Words & Music for Shakespeare's Theatre, reviewed
by John Mucci
- Ireland in Elizabethan Times: The Twilight
Lords: An Irish Chronicle by Richard Berleth, reviewed by Alan
Cheney (Spring, 1995)
Shakespeare, by Joseph Sobran, reviewed by John Mucci (Spring,
Vagabonds, and Sturdy Beggars, edited by Arthur Kinney, reviewed
by John Mucci (Spring, 1999)
- The Shakespeare Controversy. This one-hour video summarizes the evidence for Edward de Vere as William
Shakespeare. Narrated by Sir Derek Jacobi.
Shakespeare: An Update Three hour videotape featuring William F. Buckley, Jr. and Shakespeare
experts from around the world.
- Shakespeare In Sable. Professor Errol Hill of Dartmouth's famous book about black Shakespearean actors in history, with examples from leading black players of today, including Earle Hyman, Lorraine Toussaint and Charles Dutton.