A novelist and an award-winning journalist, Kathryn Casey is the creator of the Sarah Armstrong mystery series and the author of eight highly acclaimed true crime books. Her first novel, SINGULARITY, was one of Booklist’s best crime novel debuts of 2009, and Library Journal chose the third, THE KILLING STORM, as one of the best books of 2010. Casey’s protagonist is a Texas Ranger/profiler headquartered in Company A, Houston.
Journalist and author Mark Anderson devoted more than a decade to researching the life of Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, publishing articles on de Vere in Harper’s, The Boston Globe, and on PBS.org. Holding a masters degree in astrophysics, he has also written articles on science, technology, the environment, the arts and politics for Rolling Stone, Wired, Discover, Science, New Scientist, and National Geographic and Scientific American online. He lives in Massachusetts. “Shakespeare” by Another Name is his first book.
KATHERINE CHILJAN is an independent scholar of the Shakespeare authorship question. Her interest was first piqued many years ago after watching a television debate on the topic, when an English professor failed to prove his case that the man born in Stratford-upon-Avon was the great author, “William Shakespeare.” A graduate of U.C.L.A. (B.A. History), Chiljan started doing her own research and concluded that “William Shakespeare” was the pen name of the 17th Earl of Oxford. This theory was first proposed in 1920 by J.T. Looney, author of Shakespeare Identified. She has served as editor of an Oxfordian newsletter, and has debated English professors on the Shakespeare authorship question at the Smithsonian Institution, and at the Mechanics’ Institute in San Francisco.
Author, Freemason, historian, philosopher, writer, antiquarian, theologian, Radio/TV Personality, & lawyer, Robert Sullivan joins us for 2 hours.