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The New Pentagram Magazine appeared from 1969 to 1989 - over 2000 pages. This amazing magazine followed in the footsteps of Pentagram Magazine which had been published first by Peter Warlock and then was backed by The Magic Wand publishing company. Supreme Magic then backed and helped Peter to continue the original magazine but under the name of New Pentagram. And it ran for twenty years.
This wonderful magazine was packed with contributions from some of the leading names from magical history. Ted Danson's diary effect first appeared in its pages. Here, taken at random, are some of the top names who wrote for New Pentagram: Jack Avis, Jacob Daley, Robert Harbin, Stanley Jaks, Peter Kane, Milt Kort, Fred Lowe, Robert Neale, Harvey Rosenthal, Lewis Ganson, David Berglas, Basil Horwitz, Al Koran, Leslie May, Billy O'Connor, Phil Goldstein, Billy McComb, Gus Southall, Hans Trixer, George Blake, Charles Cameron, Trevor Lewis, Bob Ostin, Malcolm Davison, Karl Fulves, U. F. Grant, Dai Vernon, Maurice Fogel and so many more. What a feast!
1st edition 1969-1989; 2034
word count: 1518540 which is equivalent to 6074 standard pages of text
|Publisher: ||Martin Breese|