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The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 4, Issue 5 (Apr - Jun 2015)
by Solyl Kundu


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The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 4, Issue 5 (Apr - Jun 2015) by Solyl Kundu

Hello, my magician friends around the world...The new issue of TGM - volume #4, issue #5 is ready for you to relish! Read the contents noted below and you are sure to run for it. This issue is a staggering collection of articles, magic effects (I hate the word 'trick' - magicians do 'magic' whereas 'tricks' are done by the 'tricksters'), jokes, cartoons, news and views and much more.

  • Editorial:
    • Solyl Says simple tittle-tattles of Solyl. However, here he talks on card capers.
  • Articles:
    • Past Glory of India - Prof. K. Bhagyanath - recounted by Solyl Kundu
    • Magic as Entertainment by Harold Taylor is another installment from his book with the same title.
    • The Magic of Presentation by Sam Dalal is a must read article for neophytes and experienced alike.
  • Columns:
    • MagicIan Adair Column - a chit-chat and magic column by Ian Adair who knows his Art.
  • MagiXposed:
    • Ilango Tango by P.K. Ilango - a highly acclaimed Jardine Ellis Ring routine written by Lewis Ganson
    • Impromtu Objective Prediction By Aldo Colombini - whatever one gets from Aldo is pure gold.
    • Some Ideas on Rope Cutting by Gautam Guha - miss this article and regret.
    • Wandering Rabbits Plus by Fabian - a great children effect full of entertainment.
    • The Trio - My 3 Paddle Tricks by Gora Datta - something novel and far-out.
    • Good Bye! by Solyl Kundu - one may find it effective, audience tested magic, not an idea!
    • How to create a spelling set-up - an inspiring idea one shouldn't miss.
    • Miscellaneous section is full of meats - Photo Quiz, George Jhonstone cartoon, Broken wand, MagiCartoon, Please help - Information appeal, Magic Flash - Guess who by Ian Adair Plus News and Views give you some idea what is happening in this part of the world.
Editor: Salil Kumar "Solyl" Kundu. E-mail: [email protected] and [email protected]

30 pages
word count: 10895 which is equivalent to 43 standard pages of text