Websites of Interest
"Everything the Web offers about Sherlock Holmes is here" on
Chris Redmond's comprehensive website.
The worldwide Holmesian
photo gallery operated by the Sherlock Holmes Society
of France is cross-indexed by person and society.
The Diogenes Club, operated by David N. Cisler. A good resource for interesting
writings on the Writings (see The Library).
Randall Stock's focus is
of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle.
The Baker Street Journal, scholarly publication of the Baker
Street Irregulars. The
Baker Street Blog
is also good for news.
The Sherlock Holmes Society of London offers an extensive
and scholarly site with information on radio, television, and cinema as well as
the news and events of this large and active Holmesian society.
Michael J. Sherman's
221bakerstreet has a nice index of pictures as well as
copies of the stories that you can download to your Palm Pilot (perfect for
classrooms or tedious Board meetings!)
A good starting place for information about Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle is the Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection at the Toronto
The Baker Street Irregulars have
published the entire run of The Baker Street Journal, including the
Old Series, the Christmas Annuals, and all 50 volumes of the New
Series, on four CD-ROMs in PDF format. Each issue of the BSJ has a separate
CD entry identified consecutively, not by volume and year. For your convenience,
here is my Index to the Baker Street
Journal CDs. (Note that the Baker Street
Journal website has recommendations for handling the CD series.)