~Interacting With Sherlockians~ Recently, Twitter created a space called "Communities," where people can discuss their favorite topics in these spaces. We at the Baskerville Pups heard about it when the podcasters "I Here of Sherlock Everywhere" invited us to their Sherlock Holmes community. Then MX Publishing made one and we eventually followed. So now we… Continue reading Hearing of Sherlock Everywhere
This year, The Baskerville Pups have been given the opportunity to share our thoughts on the works published by MX Publishing. To start, I chose Maureen Whittaker's Jeremy Brett: Playing a Part. Some of you may be familiar with her first Jeremy Brett biography, Jeremy Brett IS Sherlock Holmes, which is a mere sample of… Continue reading Jeremy Brett: Playing a Part
Season's greeting my friends! It's the most wonderful time of year to discuss The Adventure of The Blue Carbuncle (...and The Adventure of The Laughing Jarvey, if you are a fan of Stephen Fry's work). We had a wonderful BLUE challenge this year, with admirable support from our members Ms Margie Deck and Barbara. Thank… Continue reading Merry Christmas From the Baskerville Pups
This holiday season I received several treasures, which I would love to share with you over my course of time with the Baskerville Pups. First in the series is the lovely Department 56, "Sherlock Holmes 221B Baker Street". It is part of the Literary Classics collection of porcelain works. I absolutely adore decorative houses, but… Continue reading Baskerville Collections #1: Department 56 Literary Classics
We're just about wrapping up our chats on The Sign of Four (SIGN). A lot of interesting topics appeared as the discussions flowed, such as the annoying "the" in The Sign of the Four, and the peculiar Miss Morstan. SIGN is one of our favorites at the Baskerville Pups because of the flow of events… Continue reading The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892)
Good day everyone! A lovely thing about the Sherlockian world is the diversity of backgrounds you can find. For a student project, the Baskerville Pups will like to understand the community better. We created a survey, one for the US and one international, that gathers basic information about Sherlockians and book lovers. Your help is… Continue reading New Survey for Sherlockians and Book Lovers
In tandem with Free Sherlock and the talented author M.K. Wiseman, the Baskerville Pups is hosting a discussion about her latest Sherlock Holmes short story, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Vittoria the Circus Belle. We welcome everyone to join us on our Goodreads club to have a nice social chat with us Sherlockians! The… Continue reading Special Pastiche Event with M.K. Wiseman
Hello Baskerville Pups: Referring to the stories by their full names is quite fine if you want to type the entire title out. However, Sherlockians use these helpful abbreviations. As explained on The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia: In order to facilitate the study of Sherlock Holmes, the title of the 62 stories have been reduced to… Continue reading Sherlockiana Abbreviations
Hello Pups: Last week our goals were to get together and plan with a calendar. However we have a new, interesting discussion that arose— chronology. There are two paths to take: follow along the order in which the books were originally published by Sir Doyle... OR we can take an adventurous trip, following the order… Continue reading Baskerville Pups Calendar Update on Chronology
The discussion continues on our Goodreads group. You can also follow along here, as we watch the YouTube playlist and read the webpage.
Before the end of the month, let’s aim for these goals, so we can get the game afoot-ing… so we can press on.
The litter basket is empty! Come introduce yourselves and make yourselves at home. If you or someone you know is looking for some reading fun, take a trip to 221B Baker Street with the Baskerville Pups. Spread the word so we can reach to everyone, especially the youths who can add something fun to their summer holiday. This club can boost interactions and interest in literature and surprisingly, science. The Baskerville Pups is all about discovery, and at the end of it all, we want to help the Pups find something that would have an everlasting and positive effect on them.
Side note! Experienced Sherlockians are more than welcome to come guide the Pups as they read, learn, and play.
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