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Vol. 3, No. 4, September 2007; 68 pages.
The feature article covers Juliana Chen's triumphant rise to magic stardom and concludes with a revealing interview about performing, life off stage, and her plans for the future.
Table of Contents
- Martin Duffy's review of Kennedy's show "Peer6"
- Juliana Chen
- A collection of heckler lines and anecdotes
- Where's Ali Bongo? (Hint: He's everywhere)
- A familiar sounding tale of a new magician's frustrated soon-to-be ex-wife
- Comedy Special
- Pro's Pointers: Comedy advice from performers like John Archer, Noel Britten, Noel Qualter, Pete Firman, and Wayne Dobson
- One Liners - Part 1: A compilation of 200 comedy one-liners
- Things that get under Graham P. Jolley's skin
- An interview with "Cold Feet" actor and amateur magician John Thomson
- One Liners - Part 2
- Matthew Leatherbarrow's "Customer Copy"
- Peter Harrison's "Connected"
- David Regal's "Sudden Deck II" and "Off With His Head"
- Russ Stevens's "You Can Do Magic Too!"
- Jonathan Royle's "Secrets of Stage Hypnotism"
- Michael Murray's "Between the Lines"
- Alan Rorrison's "Fingers of Fury Vol. 1 & 2"
- Seth Kramer's "A Modern Tradeshow Handbook"
- Wolfgang Riebe's "Commercial Card Magic"
- Stefan Olschewski's "Pierrot"
- Martin Duffy's "The Lota Pot"
- Christopher Williams's "Thought of Cards Across Project"
- An interview with Radio 1's resident magician and "psychological performer" Chris Cox
- Henning Koehlert's article on the current state of magic in Germany
- Henning Koehlert's "Invisible Coins" - Someone who is interested in your business card, chooses one of three different imaginary coins and flips it; then she takes one of your business cards. On the back, there is a correct prediction: the chosen coin and the correct side.
- Mike Porstmann's "Switch Game" – A comedy envelope routine where a spectator's £20 note switches places with another spectator's selected card.
- Dealer's Booth: A profile of magic dealer Stephen Tucker.
- Back Issues
word count: 32793 which is equivalent to 131 standard pages of text