The Mind and Art of Sherlock Holmes

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The Mind and Art of Sherlock Holmes. Chautauqua, New York September 9-12, 2016. Conference Programme. A limited quantity of the printed program of the Baker Street Irregulars' recent Conference is available for purchase. In addition to half a dozen brief articles on the Chautauqua Institution, William Gillette, and the 19th century spiritualism movement, the program … Continue reading The Mind and Art of Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen

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Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen. Edited & introduced by Lyndsay Faye and Ashley Polasek. Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen was the third Baker Street Irregulars' officially sponsored Conference, and the first held on the West Coast. This 2012 event was a unique collaboration between the BSI and the UCLA School of Theatre, Film … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen

The Undershaw Set

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The Undershaw Set: Limited Edition Boxed Set. This slipcased set contains signed, numbered, limited edition, specially bound copies of On Conan Doyle by Pulitzer Prize winning critic Michael Dirda and The Remarkable Characters of Arthur Conan Doyle, edited by Joel B. Silver. Profits from the sale of this set will go to the Undershaw Preservation … Continue reading The Undershaw Set

The Remarkable Characters of Arthur Conan Doyle

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The Remarkable Characters of Arthur Conan Doyle. Edited by Joel B. Silver. Though the foundation of his lasting literary legacy is built upon the Sherlock Holmes stories, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created a number of other unique characters. In celebration of the sesquicentennial of Doyle's birth, a conference and exhibition dealing with these creations was … Continue reading The Remarkable Characters of Arthur Conan Doyle

Behind The Canonical Screen Lapel Pin

Behind The Canonical Screen 2012 Lapel Pin

Sherlock Holmes: Behind The Canonical Screen Lapel Pin. Those who attended the "Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen" conference on the UCLA Campus in Los Angeles on September 1-3, 2012 received a beautiful silver-tone lapel pin, designed by Hollywood's (and the BSI's) Maggie Schpak. The pin is in the form of a film clapperboard used … Continue reading Behind The Canonical Screen Lapel Pin

Saratoga Studies

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Saratoga Studies: Unraveling Threads from "Silver Blaze" and "The Greek Interpreter". Edited by Candace Lewis and Roger Donway. "Silver Blaze," one of the most popular of the Sherlockian adventures, has been paired with another favorite, "The Greek Interpreter," in this new collection of essays assembled to mark the running of the "Silver Blaze" Race at … Continue reading Saratoga Studies

Doyle At 150

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Doyle At 150: A Sesquicentennial Assessment Music CD. As part of the "Arthur Conan Doyle: A Sesquicentennial Assessment" symposium held in Cambridge, Massachusetts in conjunction with Harvard's Houghton Library, a musical interlude was presented on May 9, 2009. Entitled "Conan's Concerto: A Selection of Period Doylean and Sherlockian Music," the program included performances by a … Continue reading Doyle At 150

The Harvard Set

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Harvard Trilogy Limited Edition Boxed Set. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: A Sesquicentennial Assessment. Not since the fabled Baker Street Irregulars "Trilogy Dinner" of 1944 has a single event produced three such important Sherlockian publications. "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: A Sesquicentennial Assessment," a symposium held May 7-9, 2009 at Harvard University to celebrate the 150th anniversary … Continue reading The Harvard Set

Papers at an Exhibition

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Papers at an Exhibition - Arthur Conan Doyle: A Sesquicentennial Assessment. Edited by Peter X. Accardo, John Bergquist, and Dan Posnansky. The Houghton Library at Harvard sponsored a three-day symposium on 7-9 May 2009 entitled "Arthur Conan Doyle: A Sesquicentennial Assessment." The symposium consisted of four academic sessions with fourteen presentations. This volume includes all … Continue reading Papers at an Exhibition