The historical novel, Shakespeare's Conspirator, threads many of the clues together, follows the chronology of the plays, and depicts one way it may have come about.
Read about it on The Novel page.
In May, 2019, The Atlantic Magazine published a lengthy article, "Was Shakespeare a Woman?", that summarizes the case that Amelia may have written many of the scripts attributed to Shakespeare, which supports the novel's premise.
11 Intriguing Facts About Scripts Attributed to Shakespeare
Doubts about Shakespeare continue to grow. Recent forensic research shows Amelia Bassano Lanier wrote at least nine of the scripts attributed to him.
7 Curious Facts about Shakespeare:
11 Compelling Facts about Amelia Bassano Lanier (also spelled Emilia Bassano Lanyer):
There is no hard evidence supporting Shakespeare's authorship of the plays. There is more circumstantial evidence supporting Amelia Bassano than Shakespeare.
Clues to Amelia's authorship are scattered through 22 or more scripts.
Did a Jewish woman write many of Shakespeare's plays? Was she a woman of color? Did she embed clues in the scripts pointing to her identity and authorship?
Explore the Shakespeare Authorship Question and the Evidence Pointing to Amelia Bassano Lanier