What is this site about?
The site was initially a listing of historical, fictional and canonical characters appearing, or mentioned, in published Sherlock Holmes pastiches, parodies and other Sherlockian writings. More recently it's expanded into a collection of summaries of those stories (intended as an aide memoire for those, like the compiler, who can no longer remember what happened in which pastiche). For a history of the site & answers to FAQs go to the Notes page. A listing of the latest additions can be found on the Updates page.
Uh......we're not clear on that one yet, but would welcome any ideas on what possible use it might be. Many indexes exist for the canonical stories, but, understandably, none for the vast number of more recent efforts. This is an attempt to fill the gap.
16th May, 2019
"The Moving Picture Mystery" (Calimachus Balzoff)
"MS Found in a Cruet Set" (Sharon N. Farber)
"Curtain Call" (T.W. Knowles II)
The Legacy of Deeds (Nick Kyme)
Holmes Entangled (Gordon McAlpine)
"Three Timely Tales" (Rick Norwood)
"Dr Blackadder's Clients" (Arthur Porges)
"The 2-D Problem" (Jody Scott)
"Les Fleurs du Mal" (Brian Stableford)
"The Mystery of the Missing Shirt" (A.E. Swoyer)
"An I for an I" (Rajnar Vajra)
"More Memoirs of Stirnot Homes" (Dr Whatson)
"The Alcohol Annihilator" (Augustus Wittfeld)
"The Goat Degree" (Augustus Wittfeld)
3rd May, 2019
"Irene, Good-Night" (D.R. Bensen)
The Strange Case of the Mrs Hudson's Cat (Colin Bruce)
"Right Dress" (Wilson Cantrell)
"Sherlock Holmes and the Obligatory Love Scene" (Lee Duigon)
European Travel for the Monstrous Gentlewoman (Theodora Goss)
Jewel of the Thames (Anita Misri)
Sherlock Holmes: The Australian Casebook (Christopher Sequeira)
"The Most Dangerous Man" (R.L. Stevens)
"Sherlock Holmes at Gleneagles" (A.B. Urquhart)
"Mrs Hudson Stays for Tea" (Gilbert Youmans)
Ships: a listing of ships appearing in pastiches and parodies.