Winter 2022 BSJ

The Winter 2022 BSJ cover

The Winter 2022 Baker Street Journal includes these articles: The Editor’s Gas-Lamp. Arthur Conan Doyle, Grandfather of Modern Cinema: What King Kong Owes to The Lost World by Heather Holloway. Sherlock Holmes Gets the Anime Treatment by Emily Frongillo. A Forgotten Milvertonian Publication. The Case for The Case-Book by David L. Leal. Rex Stout, Sherlockian … Continue reading Winter 2022 BSJ

BSJ 2022 Christmas Annual

The BSJ 2022 Christmas Annual cover

“A Lady Ventures into the Sacred Precincts”: Women on the Periphery of the BSI, 1940–1960. By Julie McKuras and Sonia Fetherston. Women have contributed to Sherlockian studies and societies from the beginning. The Baker Street Journal included women authors in more than 90% of its issues from 1946–1960. Yet women often did not receive the … Continue reading BSJ 2022 Christmas Annual

2022 Morley-Montgomery Award

Nicholas Utechin

The winner of the 2022 Morley-Montgomery Award is Nicholas Utechin. His paper, “For Christ’s Sake: An Evaluation of Jay Finley Christ,” appeared in the Summer 2022 issue of the Baker Street Journal. The Morley-Montgomery Award is given each year for the best article to appear in The Baker Street Journal, and comes with a generous … Continue reading 2022 Morley-Montgomery Award

The 2022 BSI Empire Conference Report

Attending the 2022 BSI Empire Conference

About 125 Sherlockians gathered at the Bear Mountain Inn — located in the Hudson Valley near West Point, a one-hour drive north of New York City — for the BSI’s “Sherlock Holmes and the British Empire” conference. The official proceedings took place on Saturday and Sunday, July 30-31, 2022, but most of us checked-in on … Continue reading The 2022 BSI Empire Conference Report