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Fabrini! An Artist in Two Realms By Kevin James
Bonus Content for the November issue…
Marketplace Edited by Gabe Fajuri
Sixteen products are reviewed this month by Peter Duffie, Jared Brandon Kopf, Francis Menotti, Arthur Trace:
Full Bloom by Gaëtan Bloom
MOVEMiNT by Darryl Vanamburg
F---ing Coins with Clément Kerstenne and Philippe Bougard
Inexplicable by Steve Shufton
Wedge by Jesse Feinberg
Way Out by Marc Oberon
Clued In by Dick Steiner
The Encyclopedia of Cigarette Tricks by Keith Clark
Royal Fantasy by Lubor Fiedler
PaC Stack by Paul Carnazzo
The Heinous Collection, Volume 1: False Shuffles & Cuts with Karl Hein
Modern Triumph by Michael "Six" Muldoon
The Crusade: A Mind Reader's ACAAN by Andrew Brown & Atlas Brookings
Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks, Vol. 2 presented by Big Blind Media
Emotional Mentalism by Luca Volpe
Loving Mentalism By Ian Rowland
The effect in this month's edition of "Loving Mentalism" is very simple: using your psychic energy, you are able to warp and distort a photo stored on your cell phone. The photo is openly displayed at the start, and it is clear that you do not switch the photo or open a different one. The spectators check the results for themselves, without your touching or handling the phone at all, and yet the photo they saw before is now warped and distorted as if zapped by psychic energy. This is a low-tech idea that will work with any phone capable of storing a photographic image.
Flashback By Richard Kaufman
Over the last 22 years, we've been proud to present some incredible magic on the pages of this magazine. Close-up to stage, kids to mentalism — it could (and did) fill volumes! This month, we're "flashing back" to the very beginning, 1991, to revisit three routines from the early issues of MAGIC Magazine: Twisted Trio by Larry Jennings, Michael Skinner, and Derek Dingle (September 1991); The Duck Change by Hiro Sakai (September 1991); and Passage To China by Giovanni Livera (December 1991).
First Look: The Approach By Jamie D. Grant
How Many Tricks You Should Know, Open Versus Closed Body Language, Transitions, "Do It Again!"
For over a decade, Jamie D. Grant has entertained thousands of people from all walks of life, having been asked — and paid — to bring people to a place of joy and wonder. In his new book, The Approach, he strives to turn readers into working magicians and gives a detailed account of what a journey to success will require.
Bent on Deception By Mike Bent
Women! Can't Live With Them… No, Wait, Actually You Can!
I hate blanket statements. And in the magic world, the dumbest of dumb blanket statements start with the words "Women can't," "Women aren't," or "Women shouldn't." You've probably dealt with blanket criticism. I know I have. Here's an example, as well as some advice for male readers and some advice for female readers.
50 Years at the Castle By Milt Larsen
Fifty years of Fires, Riots, Floods, and Earthquakes
California is known as "the land of shake 'n' bake." Yes, we do have more than our share of earthquakes and fires but, all in all, it's a great place to live. There is no doubt that the sunny climate of California helped ensnare magicians from the East to set up stakes in Southern California so they could be near the "cathedral of conjuring" in Hollywood.
Still, we have to wonder if there isn't an umbrella of magical force that protects those who choose the life of magic.
For What It's Worth By Mark Kornhauser
The Legend of Sir Pat-Trick and Saint Joanie
Something happened at MAGIC Live that still lingers in my head. Patrick Thernes bared his heart and soul to 1,500 of the most jaded magicians in America. "Yes! Yes! Yes!" they said. And while it is unfortunate that there are not enough Joanie Spina units to go around, the Legend of Sir Pat-Trick should be an inspiration not only for a legion of future Sir Pat-Tricks, but also for other Joanie Spinas. We could use more of both.
Paynefully Obvious By Payne
For 31 years, much to the consternation of my ever-suffering wife, I spent the waning days of summer performing at a little Medieval Faire not too far from my home. Well, to be fair, the first couple of years I lived over 100 miles away, so it took three hours to get there. I eventually moved to a city much closer to the site. Which is one of the reasons I performed there for over three decades. At least, that's what I told myself. Truth be told, the main reason I stayed there was that I'm lazy.
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