Below you'll find the links to the November issue of Scuttlebutt from the Spermaceti Press, kindly submitted by Peter Blau. This list does not include those links that I have previously blogged.
- Another event has been added to the BSI Weekend: a commemorative visit to Morgans Bar, the site of the former Hotel Duane Grill Room, where the BSI dinner was first held on January 6, 1934. (Full information available in the link in the upper right of the blog.)
- Frogware's game Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened is scheduled for release in the U.K. in January and in the U.S. in March.
- Further to Peter's link: here's the official Web site of the game, where screen shots are available
- Another entry in the Latin translation of the Canon is a version of "The Stockbroker's Clerk," Proxenetae functionarius Lutea
- An interesting review from the Amherst College alumni magazine of Debby Applegate's
The Most Famous Man in America: The Biography of Henry Ward Beecher
- The latest issue of Acorn Magazine offers a Sherlock Holmes watch for $39.00, just in time for the holidays
- Mosaic Records has issued a excellent jazz CD Rich In London: Buddy Rich Recorded Live at Ronnie Scott's (MCD-1009) which features two Sherlockian tracks: "Dancing Men" and "Watson's Walk." You can listen to an audio sample of the former at the site.
- There is an audio recording of A Study in Scarlet available in Japanese
- Audio Editions offers a wide variety of audio books by and about Arthur Conan Doyle (41 entries, at last count), from the Canon to entries like The Poison Belt and The Lost World, as well as works by Hesketh Pearson, Laurie R. King and others.
- In December, the documentary The Real Lost World will debut on television: U.S. premiere on December 10 and 17 on Animal Planet, December 14 on Discovery HD Theater; Canadian premier on December 17 on OLN.
- The latest edition of the Sherlockian e-Times from Joel & Carolyn Senter is here
- Irregular Bill Dorn offers his 2007 Sherlockian calendar; this year the theme is Honoring the Baker Street Irregulars
- The new film For Your Consideration contains a Sherlockian reference of sorts: Fred Willard as a movie reviewer wearing a deerstalker cap
- "Harrier Angel" is a rock musical which features a song Sherlock Jones. Lyrics and a sample are available through the link
- The band The Baker Street Irregulars has a MySpace page; the current streaming audio includes "Reichenbach Falls"
- Priscilla Juvelis Rare Books offers an edition of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Land Press, limited edition with all of the Sidney Paget illustrations and a hitherto unpublished portrait of Sherlock Holmes for $2,500
- Sherlockian items of note from the BBC America Shop: an umbrella, the Sherlock Holmes stamp & coin collection, a Christmas tree ornament, and a marble coaster set
- Available in paperback and hardcover in print-on-demand from Lulu is Watson's Sampler: The Lost Casebook of Sherlock Holmes by William Watson
- Freddy the Pig appeared in Sherlockian costume in the past; he now has a Web site brought to you by the Friends of Freddy - which, if you look closely, has a background image of Freddy wearing a deerstalker
- Dana Martin Batory's A Baker Street Dozen+: Essay Excursions into the Sherlockian Mythos is available from Gryphon Books
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