Nicholas Meyer Talks About Screenwriting

And we certainly can’t think of many people who might be considered as qualified.


 Since writing the best-selling novel The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (still one of, if not the best of the Sherlock Holmes pastiches), Nick has written the screenplays or teleplays for: read article

How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes

Now who can resist learning more about something like that? Certainly not us, so we’ve stolen reprinted the article and are presenting it right here:


by Maria Pop0va read article

The Doctor Puppet on Baker Street

He’ll tell you his side of the story after the pic. But ours is that he’s looking for Stephen Moffett.

I’ve been told that there’s a man in London who’s more clever than even me. Of course I couldn’t resist dropping by his flat on Baker Street, but no one was in. At St. Bart’s Hospital I looked high and low for the man, but never found him. Sherlock Holmes – we will meet one day!

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Yep, another short review of ELEMENTARY. Hey, CBS, the good news it that this thing definitely is being sampled. The bad news, OTOH…

by Barbara M read article

Insert ELEMENTARY Pun Here (The Writers of This Show Probably Would)

Um. The violin music is a nice touch. It may, in fact, be the most appealing element of Elementary, a title which seems to refer mostly to the level of skill displayed on the show.


Show. Don’t Tell.

One episode in, I have a predictive formula for future episodes of Elementary: take one small part Sherlock, add a healthy helping of Law and Order (mixing different iterations liberally), and add just a pinch of Criminal Minds. Elementary, my dear…(never mind. Just. Never mind). read article