Category Archives: Shakespeare Studies

Nine Lives of William Shakespeare named as ‘Book of the Week’ in the Times Higher Education!

By | November 2, 2011

'After so much ado, why not a metabiography of the Bard that explores all his guises?' asks the Times Higher Education in this fantastic review of one of our most exciting new books, Nine Lives of William Shakespeare. 'Graham Holderness knows the power of the Shakespeare myth and its fictions, the "fur coat and no… Read More »

Continuum Renaissance Drama

By | November 1, 2011

As the new academic year is now well and truly in full swing, I thought I'd go back to a topic of some of our recent posts and highlight some more of our new books for students. In particular, I wanted to flag up our rapidly growing Continuum Renaissance Drama series which offers really comprehensive… Read More »

Nine Lives of William Shakespeare – Out Now!

By | October 21, 2011

With the weekend fast approaching, I thought I'd offer up a quick (but enthusiastic) suggestion for anyone looking for some stimulating weekend reading. Here at Continuum, we have just published a book that, for me personally, just might be one of the highlights of our publishing year: Graham Holderness's Nine Lives of William Shakespeare. Famously,… Read More »

World Shakespeare Congress 2011

By | July 18, 2011

We are exhibiting at the World Shakespeare Congress in Prague which started yesterday and will run until the 22nd of July. All of our Shakespeare Studies books will be on display, including the critically acclaimed Shakespeare Now! series, Volumes 1-9 in our Great Shakespeareans series and recent publications such as Shakespeare and the Translation of Identity in… Read More »