The Literary Agents is a scion society of the Baker Street Irregulars (BSI) dedicated to studying Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s works — not exclusively (but also not excluding) those he may have promoted for, or under the name of, Dr John H. Watson...
Recording of the Inaugural Meeting, 10th January 2021
The meeting was hosted by Ashley D. Polasek BSI (Author of Being Sherlock and Editor of The Conan Doyle Review) and Mark Jones (Co-host of the Doings of Doyle podcast).
Ashley and Mark were delighted to be joined by Talia Bordallo (Artist and Animator), Clifford Goldfarb BSI (Chair of the Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection at the Toronto Public Library), Douglas Kerr (Series Editor of the forthcoming Edinburgh Edition of the Works of Arthur Conan Doyle) and Les Klinger BSI (Consulting Sherlockian and annotations supremo).
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In advance, we asked everyone who registered how much Conan Doyle had they read? If you're interested in the results, here they are:
Becoming a member of The Literary Agents
Anyone can become a member of the Literary Agents. We only ask that you do three things:
(1) Sign up for the annual meeting of The Literary Agents;
(2) Attend the meeting;
(3) Be nice to everyone when participating (and preferably at all other times!).
There are no other hoops, and no dues.
The Literary Agents lapel pin
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