We're very glad to welcome Brad Keefauver of Sherlock Peoria fame to the LCSS speaking roster.
Brad Keefauver has been writing about Sherlock Holmes in one place or another since 1978, going from monthly newsletter columns to frequent blogging in the four decades that followed. His 1987 book, The Elementary Methods of Sherlock Holmes, was chosen by the late John Bennett Shaw for the final revision of his “Basic Sherlockian Library.” Brad has served, on one occasion or another, as head of Peoria’s Hansoms of John Clayton, discussion leader for the Hounds of the Internet, editor of The Holmes and Watson Report, and bartender for the Dangling Prussian Amateur Press Association, where real Sherlockians met in fictional form. His fascination with Sherlockian chronology and Watson’s wives has produced presentations that have eventually led him to a multiverse theory of Holmes and Watson. He has a day job as a systems analyst a healthcare system, and has managed to be a decent companion to “the good Carter,” as he sometimes refers to his wife Kathy, for thirty-seven years.
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