"Read it up--you really should. There is nothing new under the sun. It has all been done before." Sherlock Holmes, A Study in Scarlett.

Funny that when faced with how to phrase this thought, Holmes chose to lift his words from Ecclesiastes. I suppose it makes the point doubly-so. There is a well-repeated sentiment regarding Sherlockiana writings; a spin on a famed Winston Churchill quote. It goes something like 'Never have so many written so much about so little for so few.' I hope you enjoy my renditions of things you've read of before, written while thinking they had not before been written of.

Below is a list of three of my either latest or greatest (in no particular order) Sherlockian articles. Also, please consider the tact of using the Search Kaplowitz Media. function to the right of your screen. This is particularly useful when looking for certain titles and characters.

Make sure to check back here, as these selections will be rotated-out on say a weekly basis.

A further word or words about KM. Sherlockian content. I have decided against the inclusion of any pastiche, parody, and most decidedly fan-fiction. This is in order to focus solely on the Sherlock Holmes canon traditionally made up of the 56 short stories and four novels authored by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

While I have in the past dabbled quite lightly into early pastiche and parody, some of which were even penned by Doyle, I've made the above decision to officially call that quits in a both public and personal manner. There is no shortage of interesting bits to dissect in the canon, and it feels much healthier a pursuit.

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