Modern Conjurer by C. Lang Neil

_EF  This book was rated one of the ten basic books for a working library of conjuring by H. Adrian Smith, historian, collector and owner of the largest private magic library in his time. This is a thorough manual of the conjurer’s art. There is an essay on ” General Principles of Natural Magic,” another …

Joyal Index: N as in Nikola by Martin Joyal

_EF Imagine four great magicians gathered at the same convention: Louis Nikola, the father of the memorized deck; Martin A. Nash, the living legend of gambling demonstrations; Robert E. Neale, the inexhaustible wizard; and Robert A. Nelson, the prolific and controversial mentalist. The hour is late but they’re still seated in the hotel lobby, exchanging …

Art of Close-up Magic: Vol. 2 by Lewis Ganson

_EF This timeless material finally gets the treatment it deserves! The greatest collection of close-up tricks ever assembled between two covers, and Volume one doesn’t have a single card trick! Volume One’s opening chapter, The Presentation of Close-Up Magic, embraces the whole approach to close-up performance. Hundreds of original illustrations by Dennis Patten. The host …

Paul Fleming Book Reviews (Vol. I) by Paul Fleming

_EF Appraisals of Works on Sleight-of-Hand, Magic-Reading, Pseudo-Spiritualism, Stage Illusions and Kindred Subjects. Contents (courtesy Genii’s Magicpedia, numbers are not page numbers): 1 Miracle Methods No. 1 – The Stripper Deck (Jean Hugard and Fred Braue) 2 Magical Ways and Means (Al Baker) 3 Tarbell Course in Magic: Volume I (Harlan Tarbell) 4 The World’s Best Book …

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