Yes, it's true! The March issue of Genii is now on its way to all subscribers.
This month's extravaganza begins with my own "Genii Speaks," in which I talk about the new line of Tenyo for 2010.
You get Jon Racherbaumer's "On the Slant," certainly the most unusual column in any conjuring magazine.
We feature "Now Performing," which gives you the low-down on who's performing where at The Magic Castle, and in New York, Chicago, and Boston.
Roberto Giobbi's "Genii Session" is next with a new handling of "The Einstein Card Trick"--self working and smart, too.
Tony Giorgio returns after a long hiatus with a new installment of "The Giorgio Letters" in which he talks about the colorful slang of the hustler.
The second installment of Max Maven's new column "Lost Horizons" describes a self-working mystery of mentalism called "Diskette."
"Radnevsky's Real Magic" is Prakash Puru's explortation of an innovative off-Broadway show starring Peter Samelson, Dennis Kyriakos, and Luke Gopnik, with an additional piece by Luke's proud dad, New Yorker magazine writer Adam Gopnik.
And we haven't even hit the big feature yet! Next David Regal interviews creative wizard Angelo Carbone, whose many inventions and marketed items mark a high point in magical creativity. Then we are treated to seven tricks from Angelo.
The issue wraps up with "Light from the Lamp" in which Jamy Swiss, Dustin Stinett, and David Oliver review books, videos, and tricks.
Another great issue for only $4.50 (the price when you subscribe for one year and get a free copy of the Harry Anderson/Jon Racherbaumer 32-page Jinx).