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January 19, 2024 – Review of That Shakespeare Life by Kenneth Connally, published in Early Modern Digital RevivewThat Shakespeare Life is a particularly valuable resource, an appropriately wide-ranging collection of bite-sized, engaging interviews that offers insights into everything from medlars to mandrakes, pirates to pumpkins. More than just a handy introduction, however, each episode, through its list of sources recommended by an expert on the topic, also offers a jumping-off point for further study that will prove useful for students and scholars alike.” 

January 15, 2024 – Mentioned in Jeff Brown’s Read to Lead Podcast  Episode 509, “The Impact of Dan Miller on Our Lives Continues


June 2, 2023- Guest on “Don’t Quill the Messenger” on Dragon Wagon Radio

Podcast Learning Network, Discussing humanities podcasting for an internal membership presentation

Featured in Historians Magazine for a publication on the History of Whiskey

Ranked in the Top 10 for History by History Podblast


December 2022- Illustrated Map of Suffolk Published in Tudor Places Magazine

September 9-11, 2022 – Speaker at TudorCon 2022, speaking on Wild Animals in Shakespeare’s England

July 18, 2022 – Featured Guest to talk Shakespeare Authorship on History Rage Podcast, Season 3, Episode 2

July 2022- Guest on Preconceived Podcast to talk about Shakespeare and Education

May 2022- Guest on Protest Too Much Podcast to talk about 5 Fantastic Deaths from Shakespeare’s Plays

April 2022 – Guest on Royals, Rebels, and Romantics with Carol Ann LLoyd to explore the fun side of Shakespeare histroy

April 2022- Presenter at Shakespeare Association of America Virtual Pre-Workship on the Game of Noddy

April 2022- Guest on Review It Yourself podcast talking about “How to Behave Badly in Britain” a WW2 informative short for US military personelle in the states during the Second World War.

March 2022- Elected Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society for contributions to history


November 2021- That Shakespeare Life Ranked #2 across all podcast platforms for Shakespeare History

October 2021- That Shakespeare Life Ranked #4 for History on Apple Podcasts in Jordan

October 13, 2021- Guest on British History: Royals, Rebels, and Romantics with Carol Ann Lloyd “Ep 77, Double, Double, Witches, and Trouble with Cassidy Cash

September 7, 2021– Featured in The Lost Episode of Tasting History: Prince Biskets on Tasting History with Max Miller.

August 2021 – Romeo and Juliet in 3 Minutes featured at Sidewalk Film Festival Birmingham, AL

June 29, 2021 Listed #2 on Best Shakespeare Podcasts of 2021 by Welp Magazine

June 2021, Featured in article for Alabaster Newsletter, “Turning a Passion for Shakespeare Into a Successful Podcast”                             July/August 2021 Issue of The Original Alabaster Newsletter

June 2021 Listed in Super Summary’s Shakespeare Resources as valuable Shakespeare Research.

April 2021, Guest on You Don’t Know Lit podcast to talk about Shakespear, history, and the bear in a Winter’s Tale

April 2021 Contributor to Lost Plays Database on the Game of Maw and Noddy (early modern card games from Shakespeare’s plays)

April 2021 Cited in Roslyn Knutson’s work on Early Modern Card Games presented at the Shakespeare Association of America conference.

January 26, 2021 Ranked That Shakespeare Life in the Top 5 Shakespeare Podcasts by Evan Fritsch for his website, Rewire the West. View that article here.

January 2021 Guest on Tudors Dynasty for their Ask the Expert series. The listeners submitted a series of questions about William Shakespeare and I tried my best to answer them! Listen to that episode here. 

January 2021 Opening notes for the Winter issue of History Magazine on “William Shakespeare Sporting Sporting Stylish Facial Hair” See that issue here.


August 8, 2020 The Art of the Sword was an Official Selection for the ARFF Globe Award at the All Around Film Festival in Paris, France.

November 5, 2020. Interview with New York Shakespeare on the History of Macbeth.

November 2020. The Art of the Sword documentary short film was longlisted at the Shakespeare Film Festival in Stratford Upon Avon, England.



June 2019. Review of Producing Early Modern London: A Comedy of Urban Space, 1598-1616 / Kelly Stage for Early Modern Culture. Clemson University Press. ISBN: 1496201817. Editor: Niahm O’Leary.

September 2019. Cash, Cassidy. That Shakespeare Life: How One Determined History Podcast Began. The Use of English. The English Association Journal for Teachers or English. University of Liecester. Malcolm Hebron, Editor.

October 2, 2019, A Bola Football in Shakespeare (In Portuguese). Lisbon, Portugal. Physical Newspaper article.

Massachussets Wire:  Tudorcon 2019 Fetes Tudor History Lovers in Manheim, PA–Tickets Available Now

Tudor Society Speaker, “The Life of William Shakespeare”, Documentary Short Presentation, Tudor Society online virtual summit hosted by Claire Ridgeway

TudorCon Presenter, “The Game of Noddy and How History Informs Shakespeare’s Plays” World’s First TudorCon Event hosted by Heather Teysko of Renaissance English History Podcast in Manheim, PA

Blackfriars Conference 2019, “How to Play the Game of Noddy and How History is Essential to the Study of Shakespeare” American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, VA


Best Shakespeare Themed Animation. Shakespeare Film Festival. Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Award selected by Kenneth Branagh. September 2018

How England’s Greatest Playwright Narrowly Escaped Treason, History Hit, Dec 14, 2018

The Night William Shakespeare Narrowly Escaped Being Tried for Treason, The Freelance History Writer, Dec 7 2018

Speaker/Presenter at Tudor Summit 2018 | “What it was like to attend a Shakespeare play at The Globe Theater in 1600”

Renaissance England History Podcast | 10 Foods From Shakespeare’s Plays That Shakespeare (Probably) Ate Himself (guest article)

England Cast: Shakespeare and Love: An interview with Cassidy Cash of That Shakespeare Girl (podcast)

6 Ways Shakespeare Impacted The History of the Last Medieval Queen (guest article)

Folios, Quartos, and the Experiment of Printing Shakespeare 
(guest article)


Queen Elizabeth was NOT a Patron of Shakespeare (guest article)

What Grammar School Taught Shakespeare About Being a Theater Icon
 (guest article)

Interview with ShakenBake Cast

10 Facts About The Weapons Used At The Battle of Bosworth 
(guest article)