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THE CONJURORS' MAGAZINE
VOLUME 79 NUMBER 10 October 2016
25 Years of The Magic & Mystery School: Unveiling the Mysteries by Lawrence Hass, Ph.D. Cody Clark: A Different Way of Thinking by Dustin Stinett
VOLUME 79 NUMBER 9 SEPTEMBER 2016
FEATURES The Book on Buchinger: Ricky Jay's Eccentric Quest for "The Little Man of Nuremberg" by Carl Mecurio
Excerpt Matthias Buchinger: "The Greatest German Living"
The Magic Path to the Way of the Journey by Rafael Pablo Blink and...
FEATURES Derek DelGaudio: In and Of Itself by Dustin Stinett Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A Grand Show of Magic by Randy Pitchford
COLUMNS Genii Speaks by Richard Kaufman The Eye by Todd Karr Now Performing On the Slant by Jon Racherbaumer The Chamber of Secrets The Vanishing...
Cover Story 3 By Alan Howard For this 25th Anniversary issue, we look at some of the memorable MAGIC covers from the past five years.
Whispering Bill Anderson and the Magic of Entertainment By Norman Beck Whispering Bill is a man who understands the metaphorical magic of...
Simon Pierro: The Magic of a Digital Native by Denis Behr
YouTube Magic: The Stage is Yours by Simon Pierro
Instant Digital Magic by Simon Pierro
The 48th Academy of Magical Arts Awards Show by Dustin Stinett Set to Fool by Richard Kaufman
A Momentous Moment of Momentous Moments By Rory Johnston As Pierric stood backstage before his FISM-winning close-up act, much of his life flashed before him.
And the Winner Is... (In Record Time) By Stan Allen The 48th Annual Academy of Magical Arts Awards Show honored and...
Hannibal by Dustin Stinett Erika Larsen Reflects on Her Magical Legacy by Vicki Greenleaf Becoming Hanussen: Creating and Performing Palace of the Occult by Neil Tobin
Genii Speaks by Richard Kaufman The Eye by Todd Karr Now Performing On the Slant...
The Magic of the Ed Sullivan Show By Alan Howard The most influential, star-making variety show of its time, maybe ever, lives on in magic history.
John Moehring: All About TESS By Alan Howard Fifty years ago, John Moehring performed on Ed Sullivan, a show that shaped his career....
Feature Interview - Philippe Petit:
Philippe talks to John Lovick about how the lessons he's learned as an aerialist, juggler, pickpocket, street performer, and bullfighter have informed his magic and his art.
Jon Armstrong - Small Things, Big Difference ...
HOKASEN by Hirase Hose (1764)
Introduction by Max Maven
Translation by Dan Sherer, with commentary by Dan Sherer and Max Maven
Paul Daniels: A Life Well Lived by Barry Murray
Genii Speaks by Richard Kaufman The Eye by Todd Karr ...
Paul Daniels: Audiences Liked Him... A Lot! By Alan Howard More than just a magician and comedian, Paul Daniels was an icon in British entertainment, leaving behind him a legacy of wonderment and laughter.
Can Magic by Declared an Art? By Jaq Greenspon With the introduction of HR...
Tom Mullica: No Man is a Failure Who Has Friends By Rory Johnston
Tom Mullica's tragic death in February cut short a return to magic by a legendary comedian and sleight-of-hand artist.
Irene Larsen: Heart and Soul of Magic By Friends and...
Irene Larsen: 1936-2016 by Dustin Stinett Irene Larsen: The Genii Interview by Max Maven
Pure Magic by Erika Larsen
Princess Irene: A Brief Tribute to Royalty by Jim Steinmeyer
Pure Oma by Liberty Larsen
Tom Mullica's Accessible Legacy by Jon Racherbaumer...
This is a truly stunning production device that will leave your audience amazed! The audience watch the magician reach both of his/her hands into a high quality, painted wood magazine rack. They watch as he pulls what appears to be a couple of magazines out, but right before their eyes, the...
Mark Haslam: A Class Act
By Gordon Bean Presenting magic that is both effective and entertaining, Mark Haslam is not just a magician you will likely hear more about in the near future, he has already been a busy international act and a favorite among other famous magicians for...
The Forgotten Stars of Magic
Ball, Cone, and Handkerchief by Dai Vernon
Convening Kings by Francis Carlyle
The Squeeze-Away Coin by Ross Bertram
And the Part of a Garment by Emil Jarrow
Jacob's Ladder by Dr. Jacob Daley
House of Magic by Franz Harary By Luis de Matos Penn & Teller: At the Top of Their Game Show by Carl Mercurio
Genii Speaks by Richard Kaufman On the Slant by Jon Racherbaumer Now Performing In Memoriam Daniel G. Waldron by Gabe Fajuri The Chamber of Secrets...
Feature Interview - Rob Zabrecky:
Rob Zabrecky talks to John Lovick about the importance of embracing your inner weirdo, taking risks, and not being afraid to shed a few "art tears."
Jon Armstrong - Small Things, Big Difference Jon returns to Reel Magic...
Jon Armstrong: Taking Charge in Life and On Set By Chris Philpott More than just the man behind the Tiny Plunger, Jon Armstrong has long been a successful magician. Yet he found a new outlook for his performing work when he seriously started directing other magicians' acts and made some...
FEATURE Pulling Back the Curtain The 14th Los Angeles Conference on Magic History by Dustin Stinett
COLUMNS Genii Speaks by Richard Kaufman In Memoriam Barrie Richardson by Jon Racherbaumer On the Slant by Jon Racherbaumer Now Performing The Chamber of Secrets The Coffee Vase and...
Martin Lewis, Maker of Magic
By Rory Johnston Even though his father was a well-known magician, Martin Lewis had no interest in conjuring until he turned 21. Since then, he has had a varied career in magic, from close-up to stage, from Las Vegas to the oceans of the world, and...
Héctor Mancha - This Year, The Work Paid Off By Jaq Greenspon He's a Spanish close-up magician who does a pickpocket act. So how did Héctor Mancha win the top prize in Manipulation and the Grand Prix at FISM this year? By inventing new techniques for working with cards and bills.
Marvin Berglas: i Magic by Richard Kaufman Philippe Beau: Out of the Shadows by Joe Culpepper
COLUMNS Genii Speaks by Richard Kaufman On the Slant by Jon Racherbaumer Now Performing In Memoriam Maki Kitami by Yuki Kadoya The Chamber of Secrets The Card Ladle by John Gaughan ...
Feature Interview - John Carney
John Carney tells John Lovick about how Dai Vernon taught him the importance of simplicity, punctuation, and the pursuit of natural movement.
Doc Eason - Behind the Bar Doc and Garrett Thomas discuss the proper length of a...
Martin Gardner and the Science of Fun by Todd Karr
History of a Term by Todd Karr
Favorites from IMPROMPTU by Eric Mead, Steve Cohen, Joel Hodgson, Paul Daniels, Levent, Christopher Hart, Quentin Reynolds, Jade, John Fisher
Tenyo 2016 by Richard Kaufman
Professional magicians Joshua Jay and Andi Gladwin are the cofounders of Vanishing Inc. Magic shop. But, every single member of the team is a skilled magician.
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