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Contribute to the magazine.
We're always interested to hear from people who are interested in writing for the magazine. Drop the editor an email with a brief description of your idea and he'll get back to you. For guidance, features can be anywhere between 800 and 6,000 words in length. Occasionally we may also consider short stories. Unfortunately, at present, we can't offer a fee for your work, though contributors do receive a free copy of the magazine featuring their article. Send your pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd also love to hear from clubs and societies dedicated to Sherlock Holmes, and publishers of new Holmes books. And if you're organising a Sherlockian event, putting on a Holmesian production, or have a new product connected to the Great Detective, please let us know about it.
Share your comments and observations.
We're particularly keen to hear your Holmesian comments and observations for our letters page. If you'd like to see your name in print in our very first edition, get in touch as soon as you can. Perhaps you have a favourite story, a new theory about the Canon or a cracking joke at Lestrade's expense. Maybe you've watched a great film, or have a Sherlockian collection you'd like to share with fellow fans. Whatever's on your mind, please do drop us a line at email@example.com. If you keep your letters pithy and punchy we are more likely to publish them. Try and stick to a maximum of 250 words.
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