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The Undershaw Preservation Trust is, without a doubt, our most important affiliate. They are tirelessly campaigning to save the former home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle from being split up into private houses. Please visit the campaign, read about it, and spread the word. Nothing is more important for today’s Sherlock Holmes fans than saving this house.

The Baker Street Journal The Baker Street Journal continues to be the leading Sherlockian publication since its founding in 1946 by Edgar W. Smith.  With both serious scholarship and articles that “play the game,” the Journal is essential reading for anyone interested in Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and a world where it is always 1895.

Wessex Press The premiere publisher of books about Sherlock Holmes and his world.

A Scintillation of Scions is a yearly Sherlock Holmes symposium in Hanover, Maryland, open to all Sherlock Holmes fans–traditional as well as the new fandom.

801 Red is the home of our fabulous web designer! Chris is fantastic and really takes everything you need and want into consideration. He was so patient with us and we really recommend him!

Endeavour Press Specializing in ebook publications, Endeavour Press prints everything from Mycroft Holmes’ adventures to Raffles to historical non-fiction.

MX Publishing is one of the UK’s leading independent publishers based in London with a host of Holmes authors including the internationally acclaimed Alistair Duncan, Paul R Spiring, and Brian W Pugh.  MX Publishing is the #1 publisher of women Sherlock Holmes authors in the UK.

The Sherlock Holmes Society of London is the premier society of Sherlock Holmes fans, enthusiastic, and devotees. With a long established membership with fervent and passionate interest, The SHSL is paramount to the success of the Sherlock Holmes fandom to this day.


Sherlockology is your essential guide for visiting BBC Sherlock film locations, finding set props, identifying wardrobe pieces, plus series and cast news and much more.

BBC Sherlock Forum France is home to French fans of BBC’s Sherlock, ran by the lovely Helene. xx

Sherlock Hypnoweb is another French Sherlock fansite with news and updates about the series.

SherlockNYC  Sherlock NYC  gathers in the city to celebrate Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John Watson and the universe created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in its many forms. Whether it is movie outings or meeting for dinner and discussion, the group’s goal is to meet fellow enthusiasts and share insights on all the different universes of Holmes and Watson – from canon, Granada, Ritchie to BBC and others.

Sherlock DC Sherlock DC is a group in the Washington, DC metropolitan area dedicated to all things Sherlock Holmes. Initiated in the Summer of 2012 by Lacy Baugher and June Matics, Sherlock DC embraces all members of the Sherlockian community.

The Deductionist is a fansite for CBS’ Elementary. It has news updates on Elementary, a growing detailed episode guide,  and a big forum for Sherlock Holmes fans to play in.

Sherlockian.net is THE web portal for information about The Great Detective. Comprehensive lists, links, and articles for everything you cold possibly need to know in the Holmesian world.

Read Sherlock Sir A. Conan Doyle’s iconic detective has long been in the public domain. Read Sherlock! compiles the Sherlock Holmes canon in an easy-to-read and printer-friendly format.

The Chronicles of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is devoted to the life and work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  Here you’ll find information about Sherlock Holmes, The Lost World and Conan Doyle’s other writing.  You’ll also learn about his time as a ship’s surgeon,  his tangled love life, his troubled father and other aspects of his interesting life.  This site is also home to the largest collection of Conan Doyle quotations anywhere.

Sherlocktron is a great page full of Sherlockian society information.

The Best of Sherlock Holmes is devoted to covering noteworthy items related to Sherlock Holmes and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  It includes lists of “the best” Holmes stories and quotations.  It also includes information on Conan Doyle manuscripts, Beeton’s Christmas Annual, Sherlockian and Doylean computer products, and more.

Camden House has quite an interesting miscellany of Holmesian info, including music from the canon.

Addicted To Sherlock Beautiful things about BBC “Sherlock” (and some other versions of this immortal character)

Wear Sherlock BBC A blog that revolves around the wardrobe and props department of the BBC show ‘Sherlock.’ This blog showcases the clothes worn in the show as well as providing links as to where to buy them (or in some cases their cheaper alternatives) as well as related clothing items and inspired accessories.

Always 1895 Sherlock Holmes news from around the net, a fantastic source of information to get your Sherlock Holmes fix.

The Stormy Petrels A delightful duo of Sigerson & Hamish who chat about everything Holmes, interview people in the Holmesian world, review books, and celebrate fandom.

Doyleockian Alistair Duncan  Sherlockian since 1982 and author on the subject since 2007. Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle obsessive. Winner of the 2011 Tony & Freda Howlett Award with The Norwood Author.

Better Holmes And Gardens Updating every Friday on a variety of Sherlock Holmes-related topics, “Better Holmes & Gardens” delivers unique and critical analysis of the canon stories, narrative themes, pastiches, films, and other Sherlockian miscellany.

Baker Street Beat This blog is an extension of the book of the same name. Like the book, it is an eclectic collection of Sherlockian scribblings based on more than a half-century of reading the Sacred Writings and the Writings about the Writings. Along the way I will offer a few opinions. Please add yours and join the fun.

Barefoot On Baker Street Barefoot on Baker Street – the blog that accompanies the book of the same name. Barefoot on Baker Street is a novel by Charlotte Anne Walters. The narrative follows Red and her amazing journey from the Victorian workhouse into a life of crime before she meets Sherlock Holmes and Professor James Moriarty.