Tag Archives: novels

All Roads Lead to Shakespeare

Shakespeare has been a source of creative inspiration for many aspiring writers, who may only hope to achieve a fraction of the timeless appeal that his works have consistently held from the Elizabethan age to the present.  My most recent post for Blogging Shakespeare focused on how Shakespeare’s writing influenced that of J.R.R. Tolkien, a […]

Continue Reading

Salley Vickers Talks Shakespeare

Here is a recording of The Shakespeare Birthday Lecture given by novelist Salley Vickers on 20 April. Her first novel, Miss Garnett’s Angel, was a word of mouth best-seller. It is set in that Shakespeare of cities, Venice, and takes self and spiritual discovery its themes. It is also written around the Book of Tobit. […]

Continue Reading

Salley Vickers on Shakespeare

This year’s Shakespeare Birthday Lecture is honoured by the popular writer of literary fiction, Salley Vickers (her novels include Miss Garnet’s Angel, Mr Golighty’s Holiday, and The Other Side of You). She’s talking about ‘Shakespeare the Psychologist’, and has offered this way in to her fascinating subject… “When I was invited to speak on this […]

Continue Reading

Shakespeare Among the Vampires

A recent trip to Portland, Oregon and its famous Powell’s bookshop yielded an unlikely find. In their rare books section, I stumbled upon a sale of books from the author Anne Rice’s library. Not knowing much about Rice, except that she is the New Orleans based best-selling vampire novelist, and freely admitting to having never […]

Continue Reading

Download a free book written by Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells about Shakespeare, Conspiracy & Authorship. Download the Book.

DESTINATION SHAKESPEARE, THE DEBUT POETRY COLLECTION FROM LEADING SHAKESPEAREAN SCHOLAR PAUL EDMONDSON, IS OUT NOW!

24 brilliant poems, inspired by Shakespeare's life and art, bound in an artisan stitched chapbook

get your copy now