Magician Rich Aviles launches his new company Trcky in January, sign up to the newsletter now to receive a free trick when it launches.
The new Magicana online Erdnase Exhibition started by Julie Eng and Jason England. It shows the numerous printings of the book, the history behind it and a count of first editions still in existence.
Started by Tom Stone as a present to Stephen Minch a unique place to discuss the contents of all of Hermetic Press books.
Josh’s article published in the Huffington Post from his Tragic Magic lecture, on 7 Tragic Magicians Deaths.
Review of the recent International Convention in London. I had a fantastic time and it was a great weekend with lots of talent, and some great lectures and shows, this convention is highly recommended, if you don’t already attend add it to your calendar, next years dates are the 16-18 November 2012.
The Luke Jermay Secrets:
We constantly remind ourselves that magic is no longer about power, now that we are adults and can make our own choices. Magic is about that very strange, human experience of knowing that what has happened did not actually happen—even though it took place here, in your living room, in your own hand.
But more importantly, they forgot. For that eight or so minutes they forgot about the heartache, they forgot about the disappointment, and they pretty much forgot about everything. And when it comes down to it, isn’t that the point of entertainment?
Bristol Magician Rob James has started a new blog, go read his first post on getting fake enquiries, what baffles me is why people would do this in the first place, go and learn a new card trick instead of bothering professionals!
Two old scrapbooks that contain magazine and newspaper clippings collected by a amateur magician from 1900 to the 1930′s. Covering all aspects of magic from the beginning of last century, from small close up tricks to the greatest Magicians of the time revealing their secrets.
These articles have been scanned in from the scrapbooks and provide a fascinating insight into magic from that era, you can see what is coming up in each volume in the volume 1 and volume 2 index. I was particularly drawn to this article on Do’s and Don’ts for Young Magicians from 1906.