I daresay the majority of close-up magicians will readily improve their standard of work by adopting just one selection from Mr. Wind’s professional repertoire; adopt two or three such pieces and you will drive yourself toward matching standards that might well serve to raise the caliber of your work for the rest of your life.
This year's Allan Slaight Awards were presented Saturday night at the Magic Collectors Weekend Gala show in Montreal.
Jamy Ian Swiss kicks off his first review for the Lyons Den with an in-depth look at The Performance Pieces & Divertissements of the Famous Handsome Jack, etc.
John Bannon and Handsome Jack (or is it John Lovick) have authored two brand-new must-have books. As a subscriber of Magicol, you’re entitled to a special offer on both of them from our friends at Squash Publishing.
"This book is a pleasure to page through, and is an important and welcome addition to Erdnasiana. It deserves all the praise it is already getting, and will surely create rabid anticipation for the next two volumes in the trilogy."— JOHN LOVICK
Stewart James in Print and The James File are two of the largest magic books ever published (the James File is actually two volumes, but I consider it a single work). They comprise over 2700 pages and over 1000 tricks.