Dennis McCarthy talks about his new book, A Brief Discourse of Rebellion & Rebels by George North: A Newly Uncovered Manuscript Source for Shakespeare’s Plays, a book he coauthored with June Schleuter. Dennis made the front page of the New York Times with the release of his book and shortly afterwards hit every major newspaper around the world. He talks about how he found this unpublished manuscript, how it’s been received, and what’s next.
Songs that would be on the soundtrack of his life: 1st song: “Heathens” by 21 Pilots; 2nd song: “Can’t you hear me knocking” by Rolling Stones; and 3rd song: “Dream On” by Aerosmith.
Dennis McCarthy is a writer and researcher who has discovered the author of Shakespeare’s source plays. His journey has been long, but he has not waivered. In fact, after 10 years, he has made even more discoveries. This is the first of two interviews with Dennis.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of his life: 1st song: “Dance this mess around” by B52s; 2nd song: “Suburbs” by Arcade Fire; and 3rd song: “Revolution” by The Beatles
Contact Dennis: firstname.lastname@example.org