There is an overwhelming amount of information about the Authorship Question on the web. Here we present just a few key sites, each of which has a number of links for further exploration.

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Shakespeare Authorship Roundtable is a non-denominational group with regular meetings and events in Los Angeles:

www.ShakespeareAuthorship.org

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Shakespearean Authorship Trust in London was established in 1922 to explore the authorship question. On this site you’ll find concise articles for a number of authorship candidates:
www.ShakespeareanAuthorshipTrust.org.uk

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Shakespeare Authorship Coalition’s Declaration of Reasonable Doubt is dedicated to legitimizing the authorship issue by increasing awareness of reasonable doubt about the identity of William Shakespeare. You can sign the Declaration of Reasonable Doubt to show your support of the question.

http://www.DoubtAboutWill.org/declaration

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Ben Jonson’s eulogy as studied by Jonathan Star, with its implications for Mary Sidney:

http://www.shakespeareauthorship.weebly.com

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