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How amazing? Jamy Ian Swiss declares this to be “a book of coin magic that reflects genuine innovation, useful sleights, and beautiful magic routines—a substantial and unarguably important addition to the literature of coin magic.”

Submitted Wed, 02/27/2019

Recorded in Calgary, Alberta by Larry Thornton. Martin Nash performs material from his first two books, Ever So Sleightly and Any Second Now by Stephe Minch, including "Kings Incognito" (based on "Triumph"), "Palm Unseen" (a version of the "Open Travellers"), "Down the Garden Path", "Free Cut Faro Sandwich", and "Limited Ambitions" (based on Larry Jennings' "Ambitious Classic").

Submitted Fri, 07/28/2017

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. 

Submitted Sun, 12/25/2016

This book is a compelling read and an example of scholarship that will likely survive as the Vernon biography. It surely ranks among the very best of magic biographies and autobiographies given us to enjoy.

Submitted Thu, 06/01/2006

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