Jonathan Townsend wrote:James Cotton wrote:Walter, what can be done to assist Ben Harris lift his creative standards?
James, who would you like him to lift his standards from?
James Cotton wrote:Walter, what can be done to assist Ben Harris lift his creative standards?
Joe Pecore wrote:Silly Walter wrote:What is "the Sleight Club"?
It's a lot like the Fight Club . Rule number one is you do not talk about Sleight Club!
Brad Henderson wrote:After a weekend of no sleep and great magic, I feel lucky to have even been able to have formulated a thought.
mrgoat wrote:Honestly, some of the UK has evolved beyond 1979.
Nathan Muir wrote:I don't see that as an impediment. He couldn't be any less stimulating that Chris Lyle's columns.
Nathan Muir wrote:I don't get the relevance. Does Ernie Bryant write for the Magic Menu?
Nathan Muir wrote:You mean like backstage gig photos? Or studio photos? How are the latter not the real deal?
Suzanne wrote:...This is one of my favorite magical pieces...
Philippe Billot wrote:I think his name is John Kurtz and he's a friend of Dave Solomon but I'm not sure he draws all the covers.
El Mystico wrote:Thank you!
While I'm a huge Vernon fan, one difficulty I see with the Vernon method is that the magician chooses his card after the spectator. Which offers a (albeit false) solution to the trick.
Mark.Lewis wrote:There have been a few good Canadian magicians. I suppose Doug Henning was one of them. And there was a chap called Vernon who was pretty good too.