"It was too bad to spring it on you like this," [NAVA]
"but Watson will tell you that I can never resist a touch of the dramatic."
The Spring 2006 Baker Street Journal is on its way!
Some choice items you'll find in the latest issue include:
- A recap of the 2006 BSI Weekend festivities
- Paul Singleton's "From Sodality to Sardines" examines the first location of a BSI function: the Hotel Duane.
- Al Silverstein and Marie Ventura embark on "The Search for Forbidden Knowledge" by exploring Holmes, Moriarty and the Faust legend with some mental calesthetics.
- Jon Lellenberg promotes a scion society's aversion to self-promotion in "An Old Campaigner" as his mission is accomplished.
- Sonia Fetherston draws parallels between Lewis Carroll's and Conan Doyle's efforts in "Shoscombe Through the Looking Glass"
- The usual assortment from the Editor's Commonplace Book, some terrace-standing, and the Baker Street Inventory.
You might be interested in a couple of improvements we've added to the BSJ website. First is a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). If you have additional questions that you think should be listed, please use the comments section below to add yours.
Also, following on the reintroduction of "Letters to Baker Street," in the printed pages of the Journal, we have added a section on the Current Issue page for submitting your letters to the editor.
We always want to know what you think - of the Journal, of the blog - the sky's the limit. Drop us a line or make a comment below. And as always, enjoy your Journal!
Regina Stinson, from this year's class of newly investitured BSIs, noted that I had originally attributed the title quote to NOBL when in fact it is from NAVA. Thanks for picking up on the error, Regina.
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