There’s a seriously awesome thing that just launched. How would you like a female Sherlock Holmes & a transgender Watson in the 1990s fighting to get the recognition they deserve? We thought so.
S(her)lock: The Web Series is a feminist, queer-positive, gender-swapped fresh take on the characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Living in 1990’s Boston, Sherlock Holmes investigates domestic cases with her companion, Dr. Johanna Watson — only the public has no idea! “Inspector” Lestrade claims credit for all her greatest accomplishments. Can Holmes and Watson foil their foe and reclaim credit for their work? Find out in this six episode web series launching in 2015!
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There’s a seriously awesome thing that just launched. How would you like a female Sherlock Holmes & a transgender Watson in the 1990s fighting to get the recognition they deserve? We thought so. S(her)lock: The Web Series is a feminist, queer-positive, gender-swapped fresh take on the characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Living in 1990’s… Read More »
The Daintiest Bee Under Your Bonnet Charity Ball is coming up! Our Sherlockian night of frivolities and raising money for The Wounded Warrior Project is approaching! A reminder that it’s Thursday, January 8th at The Player’s Club in NYC. If you haven’t gotten your tickets, you still can HERE. While we will have more items… Read More »
Subtle, elegant, warm and very Sherlockian: Ladies and Gents, I give you the officially-licensed Graffiti Wool Sherlock Scarf by Lovarzi. Packaged in a stylish black box with the Sherlock logo embossed on the front, the scarf was wrapped neatly in tissue paper. Made of 100% wool and measuring at about 25 x 170 cm (… Read More »
——————————————————— [DOWNLOAD] | [LISTEN] | [iTUNES] Welcome once again to Baker Street Babes Live and Local, this time coming to you from Bouchercon 2014 in Long Beach, California! You’re heard the story: Laurie King and Leslie Klinger wanted to create another Sherlockian short story collection featuring some of the most popular fiction writers anywhere: and… Read More »
By Sora Reyes On Saturday 22nd of November The Baker Street Babes and The London Sherlockians put on a Sherlockian Tea Party at the gorgeous Union Chapel in London. It featured a wide selection of infamous Sherlock tea blends crafted by Cara Mcgee, provided by Adagio, we had everything from John’s Red Pants to IOU… Read More »
Ghosts of Manhattan By George Mann Reviewed by Ardy This is not a pastiche, but it was written by George Mann, author of The Spirit Box and editor of several anthologies of Holmes short stories. Set in an alternate New York in 1926, Ghosts of Manhattan mixes alternate-history steam/dieselpunk with hard-boiled detective fiction. There are… Read More »
When I learnt that “Rip Off” was an episode without Joan, I was disappointed. It is understandable that the writers needed to build the plot so that Lucy Liu could spend some time behind the camera, but removing one of the show’s protagonists for a whole episode had me questioning how well it would hang… Read More »
The BSB did a wonderful podcast with IHOSE! If you don’t know of these lovely gents already, Scott and Burt are the hosts of the first ever Sherlockian podcast, I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere, and they are awesome—great people, much love, wonderful stories. We played Jeopardy in the Sherlockian manner and it was so much… Read More »
The fab folk at Gold Bubble Clothing have updated their Sherlock line with new designs and SKIRTS! (omg skirts). They have lovingly sent us an exclusive discount code that you can use for 15% off this line or anything in their store until December 12th! Use code BUBBLESTREET when checking out for 15% off. Here’s… Read More »
In the original stories, Sherlock Holmes often dealt with some odd cases: “The Speckled Band” comes to mind, as well as the most bizarre of all, “The Creeping Man” (the first rule of “The Creeping Man” is do not talk about “The Creeping Man”). Elementary has often steered away from the stranger side of Sherlock… Read More »