This weekend, hundreds of fans converged on London to attend the first ever official Sherlock convention, Sherlocked. If you weren’t one of those, have no fear – Sherlock’s Home were there. Here’s what happened… Ever since it was confirmed over … Continue reading
Written by Prof Jenn and Stephanie Bell We sadly learned last week of the passing of Leonard Nimoy, beloved actor and all-round ambassador for science fiction. His work on stage, screen, and in the visual arts will be cherished by … Continue reading
Written by Prof. Jenn I have to give these ladies major props for doing something I would have LOVED to do myself but haven’t. So no matter what else I think about this series so far, major kudos is in … Continue reading
Written by Hannah Rummel Roses are red, Violets are blue Martin and Amanda are adorable And Ben and Sophie too! Valentine’s Day is here whether we want it to be or not. Some lucky people will be spending the day with … Continue reading
Written by Stephanie Bell Imagine you are at work, sitting at your desk, putting the finishing touches on an important presentation you will give to a client. You are concentrating; trying to find just the right words to clinch a … Continue reading
Written by Stephanie Bell In his Oscar-nominated performance, Benedict Cumberbatch is riveting as the brilliant 20th-century mathematician Alan Turing in director Morten Tyldum’s The Imitation Game. Turing led a group of cryptographers at Great Britain’s Bletchley Park who broke the … Continue reading
Welcome to our brand new fansite dedicated to all things Sherlock! To make this site the best it can be we are looking for contributors to write for us on a regular basis.
If you are interested in joining our team please send us an example of one of the following:
1) A news feature – A write-up of a Sherlock-related news item. Please credit, and link to, the source(s) from which you got your information. Word count: 300-500 words
2) A list article – A Sherlock-related Top Five list. e.g. ‘Five Best Mycroft Moments.’ Word count: 500 words in total.
3) A review – A review of a Sherlock-related product or production e.g. a recent film starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Word count: 500 words.
And that’s it! Which one you pick is up to you. There is only one proviso: as this is an all-ages site, please refrain from using gratuitous profanity or deliberately offensive language in your pieces. If in doubt, think: what would Sherlock say?
Just send your pieces to us via the contact form below. All submissions will be read and those who make the grade will be notified and, if suitable, their work will be shared on this site. We look forward to reading your stuff.
Many have asked if we are accepting fan art as well as written pieces – and the answer is yes! We’d love to receive your artwork and will do our best to feature it on the site. Just email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The game is on!