Sherlock Holmes Calendar 2020 PLUS A One-Year Subscription to the Strand (Holiday Delivery Guaranteed)
A Strand Magazine exclusive- Sherlock Holmes Calendar 2020 here, and for years has been our bestselling gift item.
Full color calendar celebrating The Great Detective with quotes, and trivia related to Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle. Beautiful spreads with photos and illustrations of Sherlock Holmes, including scenes from the Canon by Sidney Paget. We have a great line-up of themed months in this year’s calendar including several copies of the original full color illustrations by Sidney Paget from several distinguished collectors of Sherlockiana.
We have art by Jeffrey McKeever including his painting “Sherlock Holmes on the Prowl for Gift” and three other paintings that were commissioned by the Strand featuring Sherlock Holmes and Watson. And we’re proud to include paintings by the eminent Australian illustrator Phil Cornell who painted a wonderful tribute to Sherlock Holmes and the Dancing Men, and Sherlock on trains. We also have monuments of Sherlock, which explores the global phenomenon of Sherlock Holmes via the statues built for the iconic detective. Sherlock Holmes posters, which include images from several films revolving around the adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. And last but not least, deerstalkers are always provide a note of controversy among die-hard Sherlockians, who will point out that Holmes never wore one in London, we have art which includes Holmes and his deerstalker!
Our quotes and trivia section looks at everything from the day that Sherlock Holmes was born to the publication dates of several short stories and novels from the cannon. Our calendar is printed on heavy card stock and will last as collector’s item for many years to come! Also, the calendar is coil bound which means that it’ll open smoothly and will never ever tear!
Our Sherlock Holmes Calendar 2020 is full color, 11×17 on glossy paper. A collector’s item that will last for years. Sherlock Holmes Calendar 2020 is a Strand Magazine exclusive.
(Limited to 250 copies)
Strand Magazine Special Holiday Issue: Exclusive with John Grisham and short fiction by James Lee Burke
Strand Magazine Special Holiday Issue: Exclusive with John Grisham and short fiction by James Lee Burke, Laura Benedict, Mark Edwards, and David Marcum
In our 59th issue, we’re proud to present an exclusive interview with John Grisham, where he reflects on his path from lawyer to author, work with the Innocence Project, and his views on mass incarceration in the United States, not to mention some advice about writing itself.
James Lee Burke brings his inimitable style to bear on “Deportees”—a timely piece of short fiction featuring recurring character Sheriff Hackberry Holland—which we are proud to present in this issue.
The talented Laura Benedict brings us “Carnival,” a sinister, psychological tale that’ll make you think twice about the dangers of sleep deprivation. Mark Edwards pays
homage to W.W. Jacobs’ “The Monkey’s Paw” with “Wish You Dead,” in which a jealous boyfriend goes to unspeakable lengths to get back the woman he loves. And David Marcum has Holmes and Watson investigating the mysterious machinations of twin brothers in “The Case of the Curious Cardboard Boxes.” As always, our stories are highlighted by the wonderful illustrations by the enormously talented Jeffrey B. McKeever.
We also have reviews of the latest books and audiobooks, as well as our young adult reading guide, to help you get an early start on your holiday shopping, We also have the latest book, audiobook, and DVD reviews.
The Strand Magazine continues to bring our readers the best in fiction, interviews with authors, as well as insightful book and audiobook reviews. In addition to the new Steinbeck short story we released this summer, we’ve featured unpublished works other legendary authors including Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Raymond Chandler, H.G. Wells, Agatha Christie, Dashiell Hammett, Tennessee Williams, and Joseph Heller.
For more back issues with works by literary legends, follow this link!