- Guilielmo, B. (ms.) "Early Sherlockiana (1927-1934)"
A general overview of the critical texts which gave birth to the Sherlockian movement at the end of the 1920s and early 1930s; a partial exploration of Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories’ history of reception. That historical sequence can be considered as its Golden Age (1927-34).
NB: For the definitive, and up-to-date version, see "Early Sherlockians and Sherlockiana, 1927-1934" in Clausson. N. (ed.), Re-examining Arthur Conan Doyle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tye, 2021, pp. 141-161.
- Donley, Kate M. (2017) "Early Sherlockian scholarship: Non/fiction at play" In "Sherlock Holmes Fandom, Sherlockiana, and the Great Game," edited by Betsy Rosenblatt and Roberta Pearson, special issue, Transformative Works and Cultures, no. 23.
- Guilielmo, B. (2013) "Desmond MacCarthy and the Chronological Problem," Saturday Review of Literature, January 2013.
An introduction to Desmond MacCarthy's columns in the New Statesman (1927) about many issues that will be discussed for decades by Sherlockian scholars.
- Donley, K. M. (2017) "Watson on the Wireless: Desmond MacCarthy and the BBC Radio's 'Miniature Biographies," Saturday Review of Literature, 5, 2017.
- Guilielmo, B. (2011) "The Sources of Ronald Knox’s Satire," The Sherlock Holmes Journal, Vol. 30 n°2, Winter 2011
Against some persistent false beliefs concerning one of the most eminent Sherlockian of them all.