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The New MX Anthology Goes Gothic


I think most of you know by now that my favourite Sherlock Holmes stories are those ones with a whiff of the eerie. The blood-eyed Hound with his dripping jaw, the Devil’s Foot, and so on, have always captured my … Continue reading

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Tales from the Stranger’s Room #3


Five years ago Sherlock Holmes author and editor David Ruffle put together a collection of new Holmes stories called Tales From The Stranger’s Room, with royalties from all the authors going to The Beacon Society (an organization supporting and recognizing exemplary educational experiences that … Continue reading

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Seeking the Bubble Reputation


2017 is the 130th anniversary of the publication of A Study in Scarlet, the first recorded adventure of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John H. Watson. What an amazing journey it’s been! In addition to the pitifully few sixty tales originally … Continue reading

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Getting to Know Steve Emecz


Steve Emecz, publisher, humanitarian and all-round nice guy IS MX Publishing. With all he accomplishes, I suspect he has some sort of device that allows him to add extra hours or even days into the space-time continuum. Each of his … Continue reading

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House and Holmes


Legacy. Get any writer drunk enough, and she will admit to a fascination with the subject. We revere that of our heroes; we obsess over what our own may be. Here in Ireland, we honour writers with the sort of … Continue reading

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