Mark Anderson Audio Books

Mark Anderson Audio Books

Mark Anderson, a journalist and author, devoted more than a decade to researching the life of Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, publishing articles on de Vere in Harper’s, The Boston Globe, and on PBS.org. Holding a master’s degree in astrophysics, he has also written articles on science, technology, the environment, the arts, and politics for Rolling Stone, Wired, Discover, Science, New Scientist, and National Geographic. He lives in Massachusetts. Shakespeare by Another Name is his first book.

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