The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust includes people who are research active and who speak at academic conferences around the world.

We welcome review copies of books for our blog, where articles are regularly contributed by Paul Edmondson, Nick Walton, Stanley Wells, Elizabeth Dollimore and colleagues from our specialist Shakespeare Bookshop. We also welcome enquiries from guest-bloggers. 

Publications from SBT include:

- Shakespeare’s Church: A Parish for the World, ed. by Val Horsler, Martin Gorick and Paul Edmondson. A richly illustrated history in celebration of Holy Trinity Church’s 800th anniversary.

- Reviewing Shakespearian Theatre: The State of the Art, ed. by Paul Edmondson, Paul Prescott, and Peter J. Smith, a special issue of the British Shakespeare Association’s journal Shakespeare (Routledge, October 2010). This is an 80,000 word gathering of a conference hosted and co-presented by SBT with the Universities of Warwick and Nottingham Trent in September 2009. It includes contributions from Michael Billington (The Guardian), Peter Holland (University of Notre Dame), Tracey Irish (the R.S.C.), Farah Karim-Cooper (Shakespeare’s Globe), Laurie Maguire (University of Oxford), and Janet Suzman (actor  and director).

Edmondson, Paul,
-- ‘Elizabethan Narrative Verse: Marlowe and Shakespeare’, in The Cambridge History of English Poetry, ed. by Michael O’Neill (Cambridge University Press).
-- ‘The Effect of Shakespeare’s Sonnets’, in Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Loves, Layers, Languages, ed. by Sonja Fielitz (Universitatsverlag Winter).
-- (co-authored with Stanley Wells), ‘The Limitations of the First Folio’, in Shakespeare without Boundaries: Essays in Honour of Dieter Mehl, ed by Christa Jansohn, Lena Orlin, and Stanley Wells (University of Delaware Press).

Wells, Stanley,
Shakespeare Sex and Love (Oxford University Press).
‘Shakespeare’s Sonnets and Sex’, in Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Loves, Layers, Languages, ed. by Sonja Fielitz (Universitatsverlag Winter).