The foregoing pages contain a few excerpts. For a holistic view, kindly consult the references below: 


Tubal, Shylock, and the Myth of Venice.” Polemos Journal of Law, Literature, and Culture (2018) in press.

Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra and the New Astronomy.” Notes & Queries 65:1 (2018) 81-83.

Lancelot’s Nosebleed.Notes & Queries 63:3 (2016) 419–20.

Shakespeare and Saturn: Accounting for Appearances. (New York: Peter Lang, 2015), 262 pp.

Thomas Digges’s Perception of Stellar Sizes and Distances.” Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 108:5 (2014) 200–207. 

Shakespeare and Science” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, April 14, 2014.

Kepler’s Supernova and Shakespeare’s All’s Well.” Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 107:3 (2013), 103–105. 

Shakespeare and the Dawn of Modern Science (Amherst, NY: Cambria, 2010) 424 pp. 

Shakespeare and Elizabethan Telescopy.” Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 103:1 (2009), 16-21.  

Hawk and Handsaw.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 40 (2008), 273. 

Hamlet’s Universe (San Diego: Aventine, 2006/7) 237 pp. [out of print]

Hamlet's Love Letter and the New Philosophy.” The Oxfordian 8 (2005), 93-109. 

Galileo’s Telescopy and Jupiter’s Tablet.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 35 (2003), 1258. 

Jupiter and Cymbeline.” The Shakespeare Newsletter 53:1 (2003), 7-12.

Shakespeare's Support for the New Astronomy.” The Oxfordian 5 (2002), 132-46.

Sixteenth Century Astronomical Telescopy.Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 33 (2001), 1363. 

Advances in the Hamlet Cosmic Allegory.The Oxfordian 4 (2001), 25-49.

"Copernicus's Neglected Successor." Mercury Magazine 30:5 (2001), 38-40 (with Jason Best and Sara Meane).

Hamlet's Transformation.” A Groat's Worth of Wit 11:3 (2000), 39-51.

Hamlet's Transformation.” Elizabethan Review 7:1 (1999), 48-64.

Ruin and Revolution in Hamlet.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 31 (1999), 871.

Amleto e l'Universo infinito.” Giornale di Astronomia 24:3 (1998), 27-30.

La Visione del Cosmo di William Shakespeare.” Giornale di Astronomia 24:1 (1998), 26-31.

Harriot, Digges, and the Ghost in Hamlet.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 30 (1998), 1428. 

Hamlet’s Transformation.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 29 (1997), 1262. 

Hamlet and the Infinite Universe.” Research Penn State 18:3 (1997), 6-7.

“Shakespeare's Cosmic World View." Mercury Magazine 26:1 (1997), 20-3.

A New Reading of Shakespeare's Hamlet.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 28 (1996), 1305. 

Astronomy and Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 28 (1996), 859. 


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