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.
Jamy Ian Swiss returns home to visit New York City, one of the magic capitols of the world, and spends his nights taking in distinctive magic performances from Noah Levine, Derek Delgaudio and Derren Brown.
Get an early preview of two soon-to-be-released titles from Ben Earl—Less is More (book) and Real Ace Cutting (DVD): “Both are filled with techniques that are sophisticated, utilitarian, and well described, while being executed by an accomplished expert.”
Detailed reviews by Jamy Ian Swiss of not one but two titles by Roberto Giobbi: Stand-Up Card Magic and Hidden Agenda.
In this Lyon’s Den feature, Jamy Ian Swiss dives into the thoughtful and textured plots and innovative methods of So Sato. Discover "The Secrets of So Sato" by So Sato and Richard Kaufman.
In the December Lyon's Den feature, Jamy Ian Swiss reviews The Aretalogy of Vanni Bossi by Stephen Minch, and explores the innovative methods, clever sleight-of-hand, and magical plots created by the Italian maestro of close-up magic, Vanni Bossi.
In this month's book review for the Lyons Den, Jamy Ian Swiss offers a thorough and candid review of The Jerx, Volume One.
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.
Magicana is pleased to announce the Lyons Den, a new column of commentary and reviews by Jamy Ian Swiss.