Looking for more information about Sherlock Holmes’ creator, Arthur Conan Doyle? Below is a selected list of online resources covering a variety of topics including Doyle’s life, his legacy, and even a scandal or two. This is just a starting point, as there are countless websites, blogs, and articles about Arthur Conan Doyle’s rich and varied life. If you run such a website and would like us to include it here, please contact us.
Who was Arthur Conan Doyle?
- ACD a murderer? The end of the manufactured scandal
- ACD and Sporting Culture, panel at 221B Con 2015, tweeted by @her_nerdiness
- Arthur and George, a novel about the Edalji case
- Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
- Arthur Conan Doyle the Prolific Writer
- A summary of the life of Holmes' creator
- Chronological table by Leslie S. Klinger
- Cricketing connections
- Kids' colouring page
- Reconstruction of ACD's personal library
- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Profile
- Steel True, Blade Straight, a blog by Ronald Kritter
- The Chronicles of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- The Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
- 'The Life and Art of Charles Doyle' (ACD's father)
- The Piltdown hoax (ACD has been offered as a suspect, with no particular evidence)
Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes
- A story the youthful ACD did not write
- Conan Doyle's Sly Subversion of English Society
- Ron Miller, Doyle vs. Holmes
- The Strand Magazine online
- ACD listings in the National Register of Archives
- Arthur Conan Doyle's Works
- Bibliography of writings about Arthur Conan Doyle
- Biographies and Quasi-Biographies, list by Howard Ostrom
- Conan Doyle vs. Literary Contemporaries (Randall Stock)
- Notes on biographies, by Leah Guinn
- The Arthur Conan Doyle Society maintains an Internet mailing list for Doylean and Sherlockian discussion.
- The Conan Doyle Crowborough Establishment, based near ACD's retirement home, promotes knowledge of his life and works.
- The Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection is established at the Toronto Reference Library.
- The massive collection of Richard Lancelyn Green is at The City Museum of Portsmouth, where ACD lived as a young man, and a research room has been opened for visitors to use.