And now, the HTML links from the May issue of Scuttlebutt from the Spermaceti Press.
- A delightfully imaginative pastiche "Sub Rosa," which is written by using vintage telegrams and newspaper articles.
- A miniature recreation of the sitting room of 221B Baker Street by Nancy Garces-Saroli, modeled after the Sherlock Holmes Museum at Lucens:
- The web site of William Gillette biographer Henry Zecher.
- Classic Specialities' May issue of the Sherlockian E-Times.
- VeggieTales presents "Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler," with Larry the Cucumber as Sheerluck Holmes and Bob the Tomato as Dr. Watson.
- Holmes on the Range concerns an 1893 adventure set in Montana, by Steve Hockensmith, who has a web site.
- Bouchercon 38 in Anchorage, AK from Sept. 27-30, 2007
- Bouchercon 39 in Baltimore, MD from Oct. 9-11, 2008
- The Morgan Library & Museum reopened on April 29 with an exhibit "Masterworks from the Morgan" featuring letters between Richard and John Doyle:
- The Felix Morley Journalism Competition, sponsored by the Institute for Humane Studies.
- The 2006 Canonical Convocation and Caper will take place from Sept. 15-17, 2006 in Door County, WI.
- The Sound & the Fury Fakespearean Players are performing "Sherlock Holmes and the Saline Solution" at the Cafe Club Fais Do-Do Dinner Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.
- The next Norwegian Explorers conference in Minnesota will be "Victorian Secrets and Edwardian Enigmas"
- The Sub-Librarians Scion of the Baker Street Irregulars will meet during the annual conference of the American Library Association in New Orleans, June 23-27.
- The latest issue of Mystery Scene Magazine has articles on Sherlock Holmes as well as many other mystery-related topics.
- The BBC Programme Catalogue, dating back 75 years with nearly 1 million entries of radio and television shows.
- Michael Greenbaum/Janus Books latest catalogue, featuring a treasure-trove of Sherlockian writings
- The March issue of the newsletter of the Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections at the University of Minnesota features more wonderful material, including Julie McKuras' "100 Years Ago" series.
- Vote for your favorite British icon at Icons: A Portrait of England.
- The Portsmouth Museum will host an exhibit of about 150 items from Richard Lancelyn Green's collection from June 10 - September 24, 2006.
- There are still Sherlockian-themed items for sale at the BBC America Shop.
- The Best of the Sherlock Holmes Journal (Volume One) has been published, with 25 "special copies" available for order.
- Catalog your books online with the Library Thing.
- Enjoy The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes as a BedBook, printed sideways for your supine reading habits.
- Gary Schrier's new book The History of the Calabash is featured on his web site, with some material from The Baker Street Journal.
Door County (site of The 2006 Canonical Convocation and Caper) is in Wisconsin, not Illinois. It should be lovely at that time of year.
My mistake. It has been corrected.
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