Putting together your own collection of Vincent Starrett's works is easy. Just grab a whole sack of money and head to your favorite local used book dealer. Or, you can do it the hard way, and spend 30 years gathering up items book by book.Read More
Michael Kean, BSI, gives thoughtful consideration to Starrett's immortal sonnet "221B" in the Winter 2013 issue of the *The Baker Street Journal*. He starts by asking a natural question: "Why 1895?" The question is a good one. His thoughts on the matter are valuable and I will not spoil them here.
Naturally, I have my own theory.Read More
“The Menace of Mars” is a true oddity in the great library that is Vincent Starrett’s published works. It is a story about Martians, in which they never appear; it is tale of world domination in which earthlings, not aliens, are the bad guys; and it is one of the few times that Starrett collaborated with another writer.Read More