For those of you who haven't seen the ads in Genii and MAGIC, I wanted to inform you about a new magic magazine.
ANTINOMY is a quarterly publication scheduled to debut in February of 2005. Each issue will feature from 36 to 40 pages of new magic. ANTINOMY is an over-sized publication with each page measuring 11” X 11” so it will lay open easier when digesting its contents. Each subscription to ANTINOMY will include a year-end bonus CD-ROM including electronic versions of the year's four issues along with bonus material not previously published.
ANTINOMY will feature the work of two of the most well known writers in magic: Jamy Ian Swiss and Jon Racherbaumer. Jon will be delivering a column devoted to Card Magic entitled “The Artful Ledger.” His column for Issue #1 will feature work on pumping and elimination in relation to the “Think of a Card” effect. The column features tricks by Jon, Marlo, and Bob Farmer. Jamy's column is entitled “The Honest Liar” and will explore his various views of magic and magicians.
More about Issue #1 can be found here: www.antinomymagic.com/upcoming.htm
. The first issue is in the early stages of being put together in order to meet the goal of distributing it by the middle of February 2005. Once the contents of the first issue have been finalized, more information regarding issue #1 will be posted on the ANTINOMY web site.
There is still time to take advantage of a special offer when subscribing to ANTINOMY.
If you subscribe by midnight on December 31st, 2004, you can get the four issues of ANTINOMY, plus the bonus CD-ROM, for the price of $60. Subscribers who sign-up for this offer will also be enrolled in “The Pioneer's Club,” ensuring that they will always receive 10% off the price of any ANTINOMY product, including any future subscription renewals. Each issue of ANTINOMY will have a cover price of $20. The projected annual subscription rate will be $72.
For information on subscribing to ANTINOMY, go here: www.antinomymagic.com/subscribe.htm
ANTINOMY is also soliciting quality magic for upcoming issues. If you're interested in contributing, go here for details: www.antinomymagic.com/submissions.htm
I thank your for your time and welcome any questions either here or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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