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How to Write a Sherlock Holmes Pastiche


A pastiche is the ultimate method of honouring the fictional character of your choice. It is also a great way of learning the craft of writing. You already have a template of sorts to guide you, some familiarity with the … Continue reading

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Getting to Know Dick Gillman


Being a staunch supporter of Richard III, I have a very soft spot for Yorkshiremen, especially the ones called Dick. When you add a mutual passion for Sherlock Holmes and science into the mix, you’ll understand why Dick Gillman is … Continue reading

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Interview with Dick Gillman


I think all writers are curious about the way our peers work. That’s particularly so when we enjoy reading the fruits of their labours. Fellow Sherlockian and Yorkshire native Dick Gillman is author of sixteen Sherlock Holmes short stories. His … Continue reading

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