The Marlowe Studies Online Christopher Marlowe Library
Created and managed by Cynthia Morgan, this indispensable site includes the complete texts of many books and articles, especially out-of-print publications, including A. D. Wright’s The Story That the Sonnets Tell, Christopher Marlowe and Edward Alleyn, and Shakespeare: New Evidence; Rev. David Rhys Williams’ Shakespeare: Thy Name Is Marlowe; Louis Ule’s Christopher Marlowe 1564–1607: A Biography; Isabel Gortazar’s “A Clue in the Shrew”; Cynthia Morgan’s “The Profound Abysm of Sonnet 112”; and Alex Jack’s “Literary Similarities Between Marlowe and Shakespeare.” www.themarlowestudies.org.
The Marlowe Shakespeare Connection
The principal blog on Christopher Marlowe and the authorship of the Shakespearean works, managed by Carlo DiNota. Includes several new articles, interviews, or excerpts each month by Peter Farey, Daryl Pinksen, Isabel Gortazar, Ros Barber, Sam Blumenfeld, Donna Murphy, Anthony Kellett, Alex Jack, and others. www.marlowe-shakespeare. blogspot.com. See also The International Marlowe- Shakespeare Society managed by Daryl Pinksen: www.marloweshakespeare.org.
The Marlowe Society
Based in London, the society is devoted to presenting Marlowe in his true light as a great poem and playwright, including his possible authorship of the Shakespearean works. The Marlowe Society is a membership organization and sponsors regular events, including lectures, poetry readings, performances, and memorial gatherings, as well as a printed newsletter, an online research journal, and other publications. www.marlowe-society.org.
Peter Farey’s Marlowe Page
A leading Marlovian’s web site with many informative and engaging articles. www2.prestel.co.uk/rey/
The Shakespeare Authorship Coalition
Dedicated to legitimizing the authorship issue in high schools, universities, and among the general public, the Coalition sponsors the online Declaration of Reasonable Doubt about the Identify of William Shakespeare. www.DoubtAboutWill.org.
The Shakespeare Authorship Roundtable
An independent forum hosted by Carole Sue Lipman in Los Angeles that does not subscribe to any one theory of authorship. Sponsors lectures and events. www.shakespeareauthorship.org.
Donna Murphy's Site
Donna N. Murphy is a scholar of English Renaissance history and literature, especially the lives and works of Christopher Marlowe and Thomas Nashe. www.donnanmurphy.com