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

Nerve and Knowledge

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Nerve and Knowledge: Doctors, Medicine and the Sherlockian Canon. Edited & introduced by Robert S. Katz, MD, BSI, and Andrew L. Solberg, MHS, BSI. "When a doctor does go wrong he is the first of criminals. He has nerve and he has knowledge." —Sherlock Holmes in "The Speckled Band" Medical issues and motifs heavily influence … Continue reading Nerve and Knowledge

Spain and Sherlock Holmes

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Spain and Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Maria C. Veiga-Hayzen, BSI, and Donald J. Hobbs, BSI. Spain and Sherlock Holmes makes available for the first time a selection of the best Canonical scholarship from Spain. In the spirit of international cooperation, the anthology was co-edited by Spanish Sherlockian Maria Veiga-Hayzen and Series editor Don Hobbs, and … Continue reading Spain and Sherlock Holmes

Out of the Abyss (“The Empty House”)

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Out of the Abyss. A Facsimile of the Original Manuscript of "The Empty House" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with Annotations and Commentary on the Story. Edited & introduced by Andrew Solberg, BSI, Steven Rothman, BSI, and Robert Katz, MD, BSI. "The Adventure of the Empty House" holds a special place in the hearts of … Continue reading Out of the Abyss (“The Empty House”)

Prince of the Realm

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Prince of the Realm: The Most Irregular James Bliss Austin. by Sonia Fetherston, BSI. Bliss Austin, “The Engineer’s Thumb,” was a member of the very first class of “Investitured” Irregulars in 1944. He assembled what was then the finest collection of rare Sherlockiana, then gave it all away. And he is acknowledged as an early … Continue reading Prince of the Realm

Irregular Stain (“The Second Stain”)

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Irregular Stain. A Facsimile of the Original Manuscript of "The Second Stain" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with Annotations and Commentary on the Story. Edited & introduced by Andrew Solberg, BSI and Robert Katz, MD, BSI. "The Adventure of the Second Stain" is one of the three Sherlockian adventures dealing with international espionage, and since … Continue reading Irregular Stain (“The Second Stain”)

The Undershaw Set

The Undershaw Set Limited Edition in slipcase

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. As part of publishing this set, the BSI donated $1,000 to the Undershaw … 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

The e-Baker Street Journal v2

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The eBSJ Version 2 PDF archive provides a complete set of The Baker Street Journal from its inception in 1946 through 2011 on a single DVD in PDF format. With 276 issues and more than 18,000 pages spanning all of the Old Series, the Christmas Annuals, and the New Series through 2011, you won't find … Continue reading The e-Baker Street Journal v2

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