Leslie S. Klinger

Leslie S. Klinger is The New York Times–bestselling editor of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes, The New Annotated Dracula, and, most recently, The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft for Liveright Publishing/Norton, as well as Annotated Sandman (Vertigo/DC Entertainment). He also co-edited, with Laurie R. King, the anthologies A Study in Sherlock (Random House) and In the Company of Sherlock Holmes (Pegasus Books). His newest book is In the Shadow of Edgar Allan Poe: Classic Horror, 1815-1916 (Pegasus Books), out October 2015. He is currently co-editing Anatomy of Innocence with Laura Caldwell, true stories of exonerees as told to top thriller writers (Liveright Publsihing/W. W.  Norton, 2016) and is completing The New Annotated Frankenstein for Liveright, to be published in October 2017. Klinger practices law in Los Angeles and lives with his wife, dog, and three cats in Malibu.


The Curse of Byron

Where, then, is the promised history of “the birth of literature’s greatest monsters”?...

Highly Irregular

It quickly became clear that he loved Sherlock Holmes and the entire Holmes canon as much as I did, though for different reasons....

Highly Irregular