Hop right into Part II of “The Escapists”; join the conversation about online piracy; discover Las Vegas before it was Sin City; learn more about the new Zauberstadt trilogy of books; enjoy the two reviews of magic history conventions from 2023.
This issue is a continuation of our exploration of magic’s great history, characters and yes, collectibles, too. It is also steered by new editor, Julie Eng, and she is joined by many new and familiar writers of Magicol.
MagicolNo. 197 is another wide-ranging collection of stories revolving around colorful and perhaps lesser-known characters from magic’s history. We dig into human stories, the kind that reveal as they inspire, that clarify as they inform.
Magicana is proud to present our latest project, The Rich Cabinet Collection. This is the definitive collection of five hundred essays on magic history written by legendary historian Dr. Edwin A. Dawes.
The Experts at the Card Table is a new interpretation by sleight-of-hand expert David Ben, on of the seminal work on card cheating, Artifice, Ruse and Subterfuge at the Card Table—a book that was originally self-published by an S.W. Erdnase in Chicago, in 1902.
MagicolNo. 196, featuring excerpts from Steve Cohen’s eagerly awaited book on Max Malini, is yet another full and rich issue, bursting at the seams with stories on all sorts of curious characters from magic history. This issue is now sold out.