The Baker Street Journal
Leading publication of the Sherlockian world, published by the
Irregulars. Editor: Steven Rothman.
Published quarterly, 1946-1949 and since 1951.
Annual subscription $24.95 in the United
States, $27.50 elsewhere, from The Baker Street Journal, PO Box 465,
Hanover, Pennsylvania 17331.
A CD-ROM of all BSJ issues, 1946 to 2000, is available.
BSJ web site
Stock's tips on using the BSJ CD-ROM
The magazine (published since 1973, quarterly since 1979) of
of Toronto. I had the honour to be editor of CH in the 1980s.
The current editors are Mark and JoAnn Alberstat (email@example.com)
of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
$20 per year (US or Canadian), or included in Bootmaker membership,
from The Bootmakers of Toronto, 5 Brownlea Avenue, Toronto,
Ontario M9P 2R5.
Formerly Sherlock Holmes, The Detective Magazine.
The leading commercial publication and source of
general Sherlockian news from 1991 until it ceased publication
web site continues.
The Sherlock Holmes Journal
Twice a year since 1952; published by the
Sherlock Holmes Society of London
and edited by Nicholas Utechin and Heather Owen. Subscription
information from the Sherlock Holmes Society of London, 23 Highfield
Avenue, Oxford OX3 7LR.
Scuttlebutt from the
Spermaceti Press — Peter Blau's newsletter of Sherlockian publications and
doings • Alternate
site • Compilation
District Messenger, edited by Roger Johnson for
the Sherlock Holmes Society of London
Street West 1
societies publish newsletters or magazines, some of them of very high
Problem Plugs & Dottles
The Passengers' Log, published by the
Sydney Passengers of Australia
More general journals of Sherlockian interest:
The (new) Strand Magazine
Queen's Mystery Magazine
Baker Street Gazette
Among leading journals that have ceased publication:
Baker Street Miscellanea, 1975-94
Plugs & Dottles, 1983-98
The Holmes and Watson Report, 1997-2005
Periodicals, from Sherlock Peoria
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