MEMORIAL DAY SALE: Save Up To 70% OFF over 1700 items!
Click this link to see all the items!
-->

Reward Points

No points earned yet on current order.
Log in to see how many reward points you have already earned

Manufacturers

Manufacturer Info

Vanish Magazine Issue # 7 - April/May 2013 ebook DOWNLOAD

  • Manufactured by: Paul Romhany

Price
It's Free!

Please Choose:

Digital File #1



Add to Cart:
 Download File: Instant Access After Purchase!

CONTENTS

Bamboozlers by Diamond Jim Tyler - another bar stunt you can perform anytime anywhere

Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants - why we should all respect magicians who have done it all before and what we can learn from them - the word is RESPECT

Weight A Second - an impossible estimation routine by Stefan Olschewiski

Why Would You Want To Be David Copperfield? - Bizzaro asks a valid question and his essay is sure to provoke

Imaginary Circumstances by Joey Pipia - lessons learned from the theatre applied to magic

Magician's Crossword Puzzle - print this off and have some fun

Alan Watson - A Lifetime of Magic - Paul Romhany and friends interview Alan and find out what makes a successful performer

Slip-Sliding Away - Wayne Rogers has a great card routine that is perfect for trade-shows

Divining Cards Book Test - An easy but powerful book test by Richard Webster

Scripting Your Show - a look at whether or not to script your show by Cris Johnson

Sound Advice - Peter Mennie continues his column on sound in shows - this issue it's about speakers

Behind The Advertisement - a new column by Paul Romhany featuring a background story on advertisers for Vanish

Finding Your Fitness Secret - Leif David discusses the importance of health and fitness and shares some tips

A Tribute To Jaks - another great routine by Banachek

OMGNAACAAN - Oh My God, Not Another Any Card At Any Number - routine by Paul Alberstat

Bachstage - Illusions, Creativity and Performance Tips by Charles Bach

In Your Hands - Part 2 of the Jeff McBride Magic & Mystery School teachings - this issue is by George Parker

The Magic Assistant - Gwyn Auger introduces Melanie Giles and her background and feelings on being an assistant to a well-known illusionist

Lessons Learned - from the USA via Denmark Anders Hansen has made a name for himself and he shares some fascinating stories he has learnt along the way

The Jolly Jester by Steve Spill - Some great stories working with Bob Sheets - things you couldn't do now!

The Day Everything Changed - Jeff McBride shares his views on the use of Video Monitors in performances

Stike Debt Magic - NY magician Ben Robinson writes about one gig he will never forget

Striking A Chord - Music and Magic by Lee Alex

Young Magicians Corner - Chase Hasty's column for those starting out in magic

Magic Reviews - the latest products, DVDs and e-books from around the world

From The Desk Of Keith Fields - Part 3 of Keith's work on performing street magic

Nick Lewin Presents - Health Tips for the road warrior

One Word Often Forgotten - Chipper Lowell's rantings from a comedy magician

Witch Queen (s) of New Orleans - another great routine by TC Tahoe

Bag Of Tricks - by Bill Warren - a look behind a remarkable film being made by Kevin Spencer

A Sneak Viewing ... Joe Gold shares some moments behind the scenes of a new movie coming out about magicians

Joker Mental - a killer card routine by Danny Archer

Pages: 154 - 8.25" x 11.75" - PDF Format



This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 08 May, 2013.

Monthly Achievement!

Spend $300 or more and earn $30.00 credit!
Spent: $0.00 out of $300
Login to Activate
(Click for rules and details)

Testimonials

Always top notch!

No matter what I need, I can always find it here for a great price...especially with the 10% discount! Customer service at MJM Magic is excellent. I...
Read More ->


Awesome

MJM Magic has always had the lowest prices, and the free shipping after $35.00 is the lowest I've seen. Keep up the good work....Mike
Read More ->


Best Online Magic Store

What I really like about MJM Magic is their website. It's totally user friendly. By that I mean it's not filled with with "garbage" that you find on...
Read More ->