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Was the name signed to the world's most famous plays and poems a pseudonym? Was the man from Stratford that history attributed the work to even capable of writing them? Join Theatrical Actor/Writer/Director and Shakespeare connoisseur Steven Sabel as he welcomes a variety of guests to explore literary history's greatest mystery… Who was the writer behind the pen name "William Shakespeare?" Part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network.
 
Face it. We all want to write novels. “Write A Novel” is the podcast you need to make that goal a reality. It doesn't matter if you don't know what to write about or how to tell a story. I'm here to walk you through the process as many times as you need to make your dreams of being an author come true. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/writeanovel/support
 
So here’s the real mystery... Why is it that Authors are the only professionals who have to work a normal job just to make ends meet? They can dedicate years of their life to produce a work of art that no one ever reads... What if there was a way to earn a real income selling your book and get it into the hands of your ideal reader? What if there was a way for Authors to ditch their job and make Authorship their full time profession? That’s the glaring question and this podcast will take you ...
 
The Blueprint to Authorship is the complete journey. The journey of discovering your greatness to becoming an author includes: creating a book, learning the business of printing and digital media, and building your team. You will learn learn how to sell millions of copies and leverage your book to generate multiple sources of income through Ebooks, podcasts, courses, speaking engagements, seminars and merchandise. It doesn’t matter where you start in this journey, we have the blueprint for y ...
 
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Steven welcomes Hollywood filmmaker, Blair Murphy, to discuss Murphy's discovery of the Shakespeare Authorship Question and how it completely changed the direction of his latest film project. Murphy co-owner of http://www.grandmidwayhotel.com/ shares his own unique insight into some mystical themes he says lurk within specific works of the Bard, an…
 
Host Steven Sabel welcomes world-renowned architect and mathematician Luis Sousa all the way from his native Portugal to discuss his independent research, his specific industry-based methodology of study, and the unique perspective he brings to the study of Shakespeare from a Latin-based, Mediterranean background. Support the show by picking up off…
 
Steven welcomes back Emmy-winning composer Daniel Steven Crafts to discuss "Bury My Name," his creative piece of work on the Shakespeare Authorship Question combining monodrama and vocals for baritone accompanied by piano. Together, they discuss Daniel's creative process, aspects of composing, and the musical components of the Shakespeare canon. Su…
 
Steven welcomes independent Canadian researcher, Ron Roffel, to discuss what Ron calls "The 17 Solution" to anomalies within the First Folio of 1623. Ron spells out aspects of the "Shakespeare Authorship Game" and drops a few bombshell theories and ideas into the episode! Plus we select June's Quiller of the month! Support the show by picking up of…
 
In this episode, I begin discussing the first aspect of writing you need to address in order to avoid having flat characters, which is developing your character's motivations. If you'd like to send a voice message that I can use in a future episode, go to Anchor.fm/WriteANovel. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel at YouTube.com/HowToFixCinem…
 
Steven welcomes Dr. David Montee, recognized for his Excellence in Theatre Education by the prestigious Tony Awards, to discuss his book, "Don't Put Your Daughter On The Stage?" and the importance of teaching the Shakespeare Authorship Question to students in the classroom. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messenger merchandi…
 
In this episode, I'll be analyzing three different aspects to a character's development in which you can make sure that your characters are dynamic and interesting, rather than flat and dull. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. If you'd like to send a voice message that I can use in a future episode, go to …
 
Steven welcomes the creator of Shakespearesolution.com to the program to discuss the theory based on the evidence that the true author of the works was a prodigy genius who went on to become the world's preeminent polymath. They draw comparisons between Shakespeare and other famous polymaths through history, including Benjamin Franklin, Elvis, Wern…
 
Steven welcomes author Syril Levin Kline to the program to discuss her award-winning historical fiction novel, "Shakespeare's Changeling," about the Shakespeare Authorship Question. Kline shares some insight into her creative process, the contents of the novel, and the new work she is currently creating. We also name the first ever Quiller of the M…
 
Steven welcomes Producer Jake back onto the program to discuss a new chapter in the Don't Quill the Messenger story including some history and insight into the podcast's relationship with our former sponsor, Steven's personal journey, and the brand new Don't Quill the Messenger Patreon! Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Messen…
 
In this episode, I talk about how you can differentiate all the characters of an ensemble cast, so that each one is unique and memorable, instead of boring and forgettable. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. If you'd like to send a voice message that I can use in a future episode, go to Anchor.fm/WriteANov…
 
Steven welcomes former librarian and staunch Shakespeare enthusiast, Ray Matthews, to the series to discuss Ray's creation of a Shakespeare Readers group in his community. Ray shares the details of the origins of the group, its successful growth, stories about the plays they have read together, and how in-depth study of the works is contributing to…
 
Steven welcomes actor, writer, author Hank Whittemore back to the series to discuss Hank's new compact version of his seminal Oxfordian book, "The Monument." This new version, titled "The Living Record" breaks down the Dynastic Succession Theory behind the Shakespeare Authorship Question. Hank and Steven discuss the book's contents, the challenges …
 
Steven welcomes back his wife, Annie, to discuss various ways the works of Shakespeare have been modernized or conceptualized in efforts to keep them relevant and appealing to audiences for more than four centuries. Together, they discuss productions they have seen and/or been a part of to evaluate what has worked and what has not. Support the show…
 
Steven welcomes Robert Prechter to the series to discuss his more than two decades of research into Elizabethan and Jacobean literature to determine how many works were written by the Earl of Oxford, but published under a different name. Prechter's work has culminated in a 24 volume set of online books available through oxfordsvoices.com. Support t…
 
Steven welcomes back Actor and Filmmaker and Don’t Quill The Messenger producer, Jake Lloyd Bacon, for the Three Year Anniversary of the Podcast! The duo chat about the past year of the show, read some Apple Podcast reviews, and read the finalists for the DQM Sonnet contest before selecting a winner! Support the show by picking up official Don't Qu…
 
Steven hosts a special Twelfth Night episode diving into the origins and Oxfordian connections to the Shakespeare play that has two titles and a potential date span of 20 years from the date of incidents and people depicted in the play, to the date of its only written recorded performance. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Mes…
 
Steven welcomes back popular guest, Dr. Earl Showerman, to discuss his research into the Bard's bloodiest play, "Titus Andronicus." Together, Steven and Earl explore the evidence for the sources of the play, its many literary allusions, and the complex themes and subtexts it contains beneath its layers of blood and violence. Support the show by pic…
 
Steven finally welcomes international guest and current president of the DeVere Society, Alexander Waugh, to the series to discuss Waugh's work with cryptology, the famous Elizabethan mystic, astrologer, and cryptologist, John Dee, and Dee's connection to the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship. Support the show by picking up official Don't Quill the Mes…
 
Steven is flying solo this week to share his personal progression as an Oxfordian, from his first introduction to the Shakespeare Authorship Question as teenager, to his progression as a proponent of the belief that the secret to the mystery lies in the question of the succession of the English throne. He touches on his personal milestones, the boo…
 
In this episode, I continue my discussion from season 1 episode 10 about tricking readers into thinking we know what the heck we're talking about. Magicians can't actually make their assistants disappear, and authors can't actually be experts about every single topic we include in our novels. The key is to gain the trust of our audience, and by ana…
 
Hello, and welcome to Season 3 of the Write A Novel podcast. In this first episode of #MovieRepairman, I review the four steps that I would take in order to make Captain Marvel even better and more enjoyable. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. If you'd like to send a voice message that I can use in a futur…
 
Hello, and welcome to a new season of the Write A Novel podcast. Season 3 is going to revolve around critiquing popular films in order to help them reach their potential, as well as to learn lessons that you can use in your own writing. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. If you'd like to send a voice messa…
 
Dorothea Dickerman returns as Steven’s guest to discuss why the 3649 lines of poetry in "Venus and Adonis" and "The Rape of Lucrece" are well worth the read for Quillers on the trail of the Shakespeare authorship mystery. Dorothea uses her background as a lawyer to delve into Tudor law, politics, and first and third party historical documents to ex…
 
Virginia Tech English Professor Shelly Maycock joins Steven to discuss the history and importance of the popular ShakesVere Facebook Group. Together, they explore how Shelly became the principal moderator of the Group Page, the rules of the Page, how it functions as a forum for authorship skeptics, and the great user-generated content that regularl…
 
Steven welcomes Mark Andre Alexander, organizational management and development expert, 35-year Oxfordian, and curator of the Shakespeare Authorship Sourcebook to the program to discuss the contents of the popular site and its importance to understanding thee works of Shakespeare. www.sourcetext.com Support the show by becoming a Patron at http://w…
 
For week three of writing our first drafts, I talk about the difference between the two most common POVs that authors write in, and the pros and cons of each. Next week, I'll discuss how you can know which POV is right for your novel. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive upcomi…
 
For week two of writing our first drafts, I discuss what point-of-view, or POV, is, and how you can determine which POV you're writing in. Next week, I'll discuss the merits of each POV, and how to determine which one you should write in. For a transcript of this episode, go to TheWritersEverything.org/transcripts. To gain access to my exclusive up…
 
Steven welcomes Kevin Gilvary, president of the De Vere Society in the UK, and editor of the masterful book, "Dating Shakespeare's Plays," to discuss the contents of the book, the processes used in compiling accurate date ranges for the works of Shakespeare, and discrepancies in orthodox dating. Support the show by becoming a Patron at http://www.p…
 
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