May 16, 2022
D. Martin Dakin’s A Sherlock Holmes Commentary is one of the more important contributions to Sherlockian scholarship. In it, he discussed the entirety of the Sherlock Holmes canon, plus two apocryphal tales.
But Dakin also acknowledged that he was...
Apr 30, 2022
"this comic interlude" [3GAB]
Sherlock Holmes has appeared in comic strips for nearly a century and in comic books for almost as long. And the comics industry is a multi-billion dollar enterprise, having spawned movies, television shows, and large-scale conventions.
So isn't it time that someone chronicled Sherlock...
Apr 15, 2022
“on referring to my notes” [REIG]
Long-time students of Sherlock Holmes might think that Guy Warrack covered all there was to say in his 1947 classic Sherlock Holmes and Music. But longtime listeners of I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere know that there’s always something more to be discovered or said.
Mar 30, 2022
A free event at DePaul University is on our radar, and it should be on yours too.
Paul Booth, a professor of digital communication and media art, developed the DePaul Pop Culture Conference over the last decade, and this year's topic is A Celebration of Sherlock...
Mar 15, 2022
What's an active Sherlockian to do when the world goes into lockdown mode and all regular Sherlockian society meetings are canceled? Pretty much what most of us did in the first two years of the pandemic: go virtual!
When Covid caused us to shelter in place,...