Studies in Starrett
An exploration of the works of Charles Vincent Emerson Starrett
(October 26, 1886 – January 5, 1974)
Curated by Ray Betzner
A little talk about Vincent Starrett for the Red Circle of Washington.
Vincent Starrett works that I want, but can't afford or can't find.
Why can't these publications get the name of his most famous detective right?
Autographed and inscribed books make for great memories.
Reflections, corrections, additions and other stuff as the year turns.
A gift of pearls for this holiday season, courtesy of Vincent Starrett
A “new” Vincent Starrett photograph and the mystery that comes with it.
It’s Halloween, the right time to talk about Vincent Starrett and the man behind the Cthulhu mythos: Howard Phillips Lovecraft.
Starrett pens a child's tale that features a character named for one of the most cantankerous book critics of his time.
A world-class sonnet gets an international treatment
In which we check out books by Starrett printed especially for use in libraries.
Starrett recounts what it was like seeing William Gillette on the stage in *Sherlock Holmes*.
Intentional or not, this is Starrett's most humorous mystery.
A profile of one of the best and wisest men I have ever known.
This is the second in an occasional series that looks at how Starrett’s work was judged by critics, historians and reference guides.
Wherein Vincent Starrett extols the delights in book catalogues and thereby opens a door into a pleasure that is slowly slipping away.
The story of how Vincent Starrett missed Ambrose Bierce and turned it into a worldwide news story.
Ben Abramson was a book seller, a publisher and a dreamer.
Can you solve the riddle of the second bookman in this posting?