1996

Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0157.  Saturday, 2 March 1996.

From:           John Mucci <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 1 Mar 1996 16:30:41 -0500
Subject:        Irvin Matus

There were a number of scattered postings in the last few months concerning
Irvin Matus and his reversal of fortunes.  I happened to be at WGBH (Boston's
PBS station) last week, and in talking with the producer of *Frontline*,
mentioned the fact. She was startled as could be, mentioning she had just got
off the phone with Matus, and while he was calling from a cellular phone, it
certainly didn't sound as though he were homeless.  Is someone playing a very
cruel joke?  *Frontline* of course is going to be rebroadcasting their
authorship piece, called "THE SHAKESPEARE MYSTERY" and I am helping them to
link their webpage on it with VisNet's UNCOVERING SHAKESPEARE page. If there is
some animosity toward Matus because of his viewpoint, I think it's misapplied
to say the least.

J. Mucci
GTE VisNet

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