Olivia Waite is a romance author, practicing feminist, and wide-ranging dilettante.
You'd think we'd all be sick of Sherlock adaptations at this point, but such is not the case. The Seattle Rep is currently putting on a stage adaptation of Hound of the Baskervilles that features a delightfully puckish Sherlock, a Watson who is a dead ringer for Sigmund Freud, a hilariously Canadian-accented Sir Henry, and a writer who clearly loves Mrs. Hudson as much as I do. It takes some liberties with the original story (some brilliant, some less so) but is mostly a good solid silly romp with a bit of Gothic chill thrown in for flavor. Thoroughly enjoyable.