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Friday, December 6, 2019

"Date Being . . . ?" Check out this Calendar!

Calendar cover art by Jeffrey McKeever
The Strand is more than just the magazine that published Sherlock Holmes stories in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Revived as an American publication some years ago, it is the periodical arm of an operation that sells a wide range of Sherlockian products.
One such product is their Sherlock Holmes calendar, which has a new design each year. I haven’t held a copy in my hands, but it looks spectacular. It’s in full color on heavy stock paper, with color art by Sidney Paget as well as by modern artists Jeffrey McKeever and Phil Cornell.
And who doesn’t need a calendar on your wall as well as on your phone? Check it out at The Strand's website.

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