Hard to Believe #033 – Bard to Believe – The Oxfordian Case for Shakespeare – with Steven Sabel
In this episode, John dares to take on something he seldom does on his own podcast – talking about something he believes to be true: that centuries of confusion (sometimes deliberate, sometimes not) have given history the wrong “William Shakespeare”.
In this episode, Steven Sabel, an accomplished actor, director, host of the podcast Don’t Quill the Messenger, and Podcast and Community Outreach Director at the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship (of which John is a member) discusses the Oxfordian case, why he’s convinced, and how the work of the greatest author in the history of the English language can only truly be understood in the context of the life of their true author, Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.
Check out Steven’s excellent podcast, Don’t Quill the Messenger
Learn more about the Oxfordian case at the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship
More about Steven on his Facebook page
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