The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust will host an online conference about Shakespeare authorship to be held in August 2011. The conference is limited to 1000 participants. Those who are interested in participating may sign up now at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust website or at http://60-minutes.bloggingshakespeare.com/. The contact person for the event Elizabeth Woledge said there are two authorship projects in the works, " . . . the 60 Minutes with Shakespeare is 60 short recordings of people answering questions related to the question of Shakespearean authorship; the on-line conference is happening a little later."
by Linda Theil Ros Barber's Shakespeare: The Evidence --The Authorship Question Clarified will be published Nov. 24, 2013. Info at https://leanpub.com/shakespeare . Video promo for the book (above) is available on YouTube at Shakespeare: The Evidence. Promo material on the publisher's page says: Whether you are a firm believer that Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare, or suspect that he didn't, this book aims to enable readers to gain a more comprehensive knowledge of the problems at hand, clarify their thinking, and identify weaknesses in, and logical rebuttals to, the arguments of their opponents, as well as potentially strengthening their own. Ros Barber, PhD is the author of The Marlowe Papers (St. Martin's Press, 2013) that won the Hoffman Prize in manuscript in 2011. UPDATE 11/17/13 : A note published today by Ros Barber at http://rosbarber.com/shakespeare-evidence/ says the first installment of the Shakespeare: The Evidence ebook will be published o