The Oxford Authorship Site by Nina Green
This is a praise worthy collection of important sources and documents (Gabriel Harvey, Thomas Nashe, Robert Green, Martin Marprelate, Oxford’s Letters etc.) – Ms Green's claim that Oxford wrote all of the literature of the 16th C. does however seem to be somewhat exaggerated.
Shakespeare Authorship Sourcebook by Mark Alexander
Shakspere Chronology | Oxford Chronology (Sources, Dedications etc.)| Oxfordian Essays | Oxfordian Library (J. Thomas Looney, D. & C. Ogburn, Charles Wisner Barrell, Gwynneth Bowen, George Greenwood, Influental Sources) | Shakespeare Law Library | Elizabethan E-Texts (Luminarium | Renascence Editions | The Online Books Page | The Perseus Project etc.)
Elizabethan Authors Home Page In Memory of Robert S. Brazil
A collection of the writings of the most important Elizabethan authors: Drama, Anonymous Plays, Satire, Poetry, Fiction and Novels, supplemented by studies into the question of authorship.
The Shakespeare Fellowship
Virtual Classroom | Shakespeare Hall of Fame |De Vere's Geneva Bible |The Ashbourne Shakespeare | Shakespeare and the Law | Shakespeare Festivals
The De Vere Society
The Authorship Question | Oxford vs Stratford | Oxford Chronology | Oxford Biography
The Shakespeare Oxford Society
Authorship FAQ | Information Library | Newsletters | Ever Reader | The Oxfordian
SHAKE-SPEARE today is the web site of the German New Shake-speare Society featuring articles from Robert Detobel, Hanno Wember