The Shakespeare Authors....because it's time to oppose the counter-productive, ludicrous argument of the high number of putative Shakespeare candidates (>70). The unrealistic high number has early discredited the authorship debate and was promoted deliberately by Shakespeare experts:
Stanley Wells: "The very idea that so many peoples have been suggested as the author of Shakespeares works in itself to me is enough to show that it is a mad idea, it's just crazy
The exorbitant number of "literary" contemporaries within half a century in London did not evolve - as commonly believed- from a flourishing literary era in Elisabethan England but from the abundance of the creative power of a "presumed dead" poetic genius disguised and camouflaged with excessively many names. The name "Shakespeare" (taken as a masking name from a living person for safety reasons) as one of those names had been forced on the poet's genius primarily as permission of the crown to continue his career as a playwright.
The number of candidates was not the result of the authorship problem but paradoxically its cause !