Christina Waldman reviews Peter Dawkins new book “Second Seeing Shakespeare”

by Christina G. Waldman


In his new book, Second-Seeing Shakespeare: “Stay Passenger, why goest thou by so fast?”, Peter Dawkins, respected teacher, author, and founder-principal of the Francis Bacon Research Trust, explains how the art adorning the Shakespeare Monument in Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon (ca. 1616-1623) corresponds beautifully with the enigmatic language and Shakespeare “portrait” (Droeshout engraving) in the front matter to the First Folio of 1623, the first comprehensive publication of Shakespeare’s plays.

Review of Second-Seeing Shakespeare: “Stay Passenger, why goest thou by so fast?” by Peter Dawkins

Special Stratfordians

by Jono Freedman


In the wake of another year of celebrations for Shakespeare’s birthday, Jono Freeman examines the legitimacy of the Stratfordian argument, as advocated by a few well-known figureheads.

“Pots” Part One; Bacon in our times – 100% charged in 2020.

Jono Freeman presents his research into Sir Francis Bacon, proposing a creative project which may finally bring recognition more deserving of “the very nerve of genius, the marrow of persuasion, the golden stream of eloquence, the precious gem of concealed literature”.

“Pots” Part Two; The Project – A Story of Bacon and His Devotees.

Jono Freeman presents his research into Sir Francis Bacon, proposing a creative project which may finally bring recognition more deserving of “the very nerve of genius, the marrow of persuasion, the golden stream of eloquence, the precious gem of concealed literature”.