UK Blog #13 on Guest Blogger Crossing the Pond

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Author of Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014, I submitted my first guest blog in December 2014 and my twelfth in March 2017.

I plan to submit my next guest blog after having spoken on the Folger story in six locations in the UK according to this schedule:


11 October, 8:00 pm   Blackheath Halls, 23 Lee Rd, London

13 October, 5:00 pm   St Andrews Library, St Andrews, Scotland

16 October, 5:15 pm   Oxford Bibliographical Society, Broad Street

20 October, 4:30 pm   Cambridge University Library, Milstein Room, West Road

23 October, 7:30 pm   Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institute, Elwin Room, 16 Queen Sq.

26 October, 2:00 pm   Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon.


On the journey, I would hope to meet some of the readers who have commented on, liked, or read my blogs.


Stephen Grant

Folger Biographer

Arlington, VA. USA

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Author:Stephen Grant

Stephen H. Grant, EdD is an independent scholar living in Arlington, VA who is a published biographer and deltiologist (person who analyzes picture postcards). His three postcard books are: Images de Guinée, Former Points of View: Postcards and Literary Passages from Pre-Independence Indonesia, and the bilingual Postales Salvadorenas del Ayer/Early Salvadoran Postcards. His two biographies are: Peter Strickland: New London Shipmaster, Boston Merchant, First Consul to Senegal and Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger.
  • Samer Nakhoul

    Mb that was my boy Lucas wong. I really believe ur knowledge on Shakespearean stuff is impressive

  • Samer Nakhoul

    hey i just wanted to say ur formatting is poor but i still rate it 🙂 just kidding bro. well done

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