Timothy Spearman, a former multidisciplinary professor, has taught for many years in South Korea and Canada. His academic website—ioufoundation.academia.edu/TimothySpearman—offers insightful information as well as his author website, shakesaspear.com. Tim served for five years as a film critic for the Korea Herald and Korea Times in Seoul. He has hosted many radio shows over the years. His best-known work is the co-authored book Gandhi Under Cross-Examination. He has published other books and novels under the pen name Timothy Spearman, including Odds-on Favourite, Must I Remember, Butterfly Dreams, Goodbye Ruby Akhtar and Sailing the Seven C’s. His latest book, The History of the Peace Train, was released in December 2017 by EcoAsylum Publishing House: ecoasylum.com. Timothy’s magnum opus, Shakespeare’s Codex: All the World’s Staged and We Are Merely Played, will be published by Moon Rock Books in 2018. It holds a microscope up to deceptions orchestrated by our governments since Shakespeare’s time. He has written over 30 screenplays (imdb.com/name/nm9454054), including feature films. His film The Lunatic, the Lover and the Poet about the mystery surrounding the Shakespeare authorship, currently in production, is scheduled to be completed by the autumn of 2018.
Unique traits: Multimedia artist and former multidisciplinary professor