The Dangling Prussian is a bar
on Montague Street in the Victorian London of Sherlock Holmes, the year
1895 to be exact. It's always 1895 at the Dangling Prussian, through
some whim of Moriartian physics. The public house has been home to both
the Montague Street Incorrigibles and
the Dangling Prussian Amateur Press Association,
as well as a regular hangout of more denizens of Sherlock's London than
you can shake a Penang lawyer at.
The Dangling Prussian Amateur Press Association was a group of Sherlockian
writers who sent their printed pages to Peoria every two months to be
collected between covers and sent back to the various contributors.
An amazing variety of content, from the factual to the fictional to
needlepoint, appeared in the DPAPA over the years, including some of
Tales of Tonga
Drunks of the Canon