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Sam Saunders of Kirkland, near Seattle, now has not one but two groups of Oxfordians who meet monthly. And he has also persuaded the Seattle Shakespeare Company to schedule an Oxfordian preview before one performance of each production of every Shakespeare play during the year.
And before a performance of a new play, Swansong, about the Shakespeare-Bacon rivalry, a historical over-view was presented.
What's next? A Proclamation drafted by Saunders and issued by the mayor of Seattle recognizing the birthday of Edward de Vere, 17th earl of Oxford, as the true author of the works of Shakespeare? Not likely, but Saunders did ask the artistic director of the …