Dedicated to the proposition that Christopher Marlowe was not killed in 1593, but lived long enough to write poems and plays attributed to the actor William Shakespeare.
Thursday, March 27, 2003
Sunday, March 16, 2003
The Marliad: a 'rap epic'
New newsletter in the works
The previous one is here.
Shakespeare Authorship Newsgroup Greetings
Hi to the gang at HLAS (humanities.lit.authors.shakespeare) the Shakespeare Authorship newsgroup I'm looking forward to rejoining for awhile to hash out The Marliad, and follow up on some long ago threads with one or two people.
Charles and me
Or should it read Nicholl and eye?
I've just obtained the revised edition of Charles Nicholl's masterpiece of historical literary detective non-fiction, The Reckoning, and discovered my name in the acknowledgments in the front of the book. An entire sentence! This is it.
"Greetings to David More of the Marlowe Lives! Association: keeper of the flame on which burns the old chestnut of Marlowe's authorship of Shakespeare."
Since I'm keeping the flame, I should fan it.