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"I picked up a magazine from the table" [STUD]



It's not common thinking that a print publication would be needed in 2020, but Sherlock Holmes Magazine seems to have come along at just the right time.

Founder/editor Adrian Braddy joins us to talk about the inspiration for this well-produced and successful magazine that he launched earlier this year. It was a mixture of his background and experience, and his nearly life-long love of Sherlock Holmes.

It also helps that he lives in close proximity to the location where Conan Doyle spent his first honeymoon—a location with an eerie occurrence that may have led to the selection of the Great Detective's name.

You'll want to see if you can test your knowledge with the Canonical Couplet: we give you two lines of poetry that describe one of the stories, and you name it. The winner will receive a copy of Sherlock Holmes Magazine. Entries are due by 11:59 pm EDT on December 28, 2020.

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Wessex Press is the premier publisher of books about Sherlock Holmes, including humorous tales like The True Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Terence Faherty.

MX Publishing has fun books like The Night Before Christmas at 221B and hundreds of others.

Dan Andriacco's delightful pair of Sebastian McCabe and Jeff Cody are back and have a full lineup of stories. Check them out at DanAndriacco.com.

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