The Infamous Lady Rochford – A Tudor Spoof

| October 28, 2011

The Infamous Lady Rochford – A Tudor Spoof

Our anonymous Tudor spoof writer is back with a vengeance, being inspired by how the likes of Philippa Gregory and Alison Weir see Lady Jane Rochford, wife of George Boleyn – enjoy! Jane Rochford had already popped back to court since 1536, that time to see if she could successfully murder Jane Seymour and make […]

Spoof – The Boleyns of Hever

| April 14, 2011

Spoof – The Boleyns of Hever

Today, I’m pleased to say, we have another spoof article from our anonymous spoof writer. Enjoy! Thomas Boleyn was having a fraught conversation with his brother-in-law, Thomas Howard, about the best way of putting into the King’s head the idea of fancying a woman without him knowing the thought was being put into his head. […]

An Homage to Historical Fiction – A Boleyn Spoof

| March 25, 2011

An Homage to Historical Fiction – A Boleyn Spoof

As we have been discussing representations of Anne Boleyn and also discussing historical fiction recently, one Anne Boleyn Files visitor wrote the following spoof featuring Anne and her brother, George, and poking fun at some of what has been written about them or seen on TV. Please share your thoughts on it. A Boleyn Spoof […]

A Tudor Spoof

| September 16, 2010

A Tudor Spoof

For anyone who has got that Friday feeling a day early (like I have!) then here is a Tudor spoof to bring a smile to your face. It’s by Tamar Heller and is based on an Anne Boleyn novel, starring the French executioner. Enjoy! Scene: The sort of meeting room, slightly dusty and scattered with […]