To say that Billy McComb was a beloved figure is a failure of language and imagination. Throughout the world of magic, on multiple continents, he was adored.
At the age of nine, he lost his right hand as the result of a car accident. Rather than dissuading him from his pursuit of magic, it may have served to motivate and elevate his passion...
Jerry Andrus was as brilliant as he was eccentric—which is saying something—in fact, saying quite a lot.
One simply cannot exaggerate Jay Marshall’s success as a performer, and the lengthy list of top venues he performed at over many decades. But it’s also true that this is only a part of his story...
Friends of the late James Hamilton Muszalski are invited to his Committal Ceremony on October 7.
In depth interviews with Johnny Thompsona and Jamy Ian Swiss. Exciting television appearances from Jorge Blass and Darcy Oake.
"...one of the most extraordinary performers I’ve ever known, and amid magicians of my generation, he had few equals and no better."
This is in fact a set of two books, written by Mike Caveney, and issued together as a package. ... They comprise a record of his entire body of work as a performer—his creative performing legacy—and deliver an invaluable and timeless collection for present and future generations of magic and magicians. And they are a joy to read.
Our collection of video clips from The Magic Palace has grown ever so slightly.