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Genii Magazine - 2021 Issues

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Genii Magazine is the longest-running independent magazine devoted to magic and magicians. It was founded in 1936 and has continued to this day; publishing some of the most innovative routines, moves, and articles in magic. GENII THE CONJURORS' MAGAZINE VOLUME 84NUMBER 3March 2021FEATURESOne Night in Brooklyn by Jamy Ian SwissCOLUMNSGenii Speaks by Richard...
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Genii Magazine is the longest-running independent magazine devoted to magic and magicians. It was founded in 1936 and has continued to this day; publishing some of the most innovative routines, moves, and articles in magic.

GENII

THE CONJURORS' MAGAZINE

VOLUME 84
NUMBER 3
March 2021

FEATURES

One Night in Brooklyn by Jamy Ian Swiss

COLUMNS

Genii Speaks
 by Richard Kaufman
In Memoriam:

  • David Roth by Dr. Michael Rubinstein
  • Mark Wilson by Max Maven
  • Bev Bergeron by Phil Schwartz
  • Joe Porper by R. Paul Wilson
  • Siegfried Fischbacher by Max Maven, Erika Larsen and Jonathan Pendragon

The Eye by Chloe Olewitz

ExhumationsA Very Lucky Royal Flush by Jon Racherbaumer
Material Concessions Flying Over Washington by David Regal
Stage as Studio Life After Zoom by Krystyn Lambert
Happiness is the Road Evolutions and Revolutions by Hannibal
Dealing With It Generalissimo by John Bannon

Magicana by Jonathan Friedman

  • Sympathy Fantastique by Paul Gallagher
  • EARected by Michal Huot
  • Hot Divination by Dibya Guha and Jonathan Friedman

The Academy of Magical Arts in Genii
Back to Surreality by Libby Ward

LIGHT FROM THE LAMP

Books Reviewed by Elliott Terral

  • Sleights and Insights by John Carney
  • Tangram by Alexander Hansford and Stephen Long
  • No Ordinary Magic by Eileen McFalls

Videos Reviewed by Nathan Coe Marsh

  • Mario The Maker Magician LIVE by Mario The Maker Magician
  • Michael Close Facebook Live Broadcasts by Michael Close

Tricks Reviewed by Ryan Plunkett

  • The FPS Wallet by Brent Braun and The Magic Firm
  • "Full Contact" by Nick Diffatte
  • "Houdini's Last Trick" by Peter Eggink and Empty Hand Productions
  • "GLEAM" by William Alexis Houcke
  • "I AM ARRR!" by Abstract Effects
  • "Candy Pop" by Jhony Zam and Tumi Magic
  • "Airplane Mode" by George Iglesias and Twister Magic

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VOLUME 84
NUMBER 2
February 2021

FEATURES

David Kovac: Falling Forward by Dustin Stinett

COLUMNS

Genii Speaks
 by Richard Kaufman
In Memoriam:

  • Al Cohen by Eric Henning
  • George Goebel by Mark Walker
  • Bob Dorian by Jonathan Neal

The Eye by Chloe Olewitz

Chamber of Secrets The Mystery of the Mighty Mystery Clock by John Gaughan
Exhumations Hull-Bullish by Jon Racherbaumer
Cardopolis Slay Belles by David Britland
Conjuring (Not a Princess.) Virtually a Princess by Jim Steinmeyer
Artifices Splitz by Roberto Mansilla
Expert at the Kids' Table The Lost Year by David Kaye

Magicana by Jonathan Friedman

  • The Shard Transpo by Kyle Purnell
  • No Discrepancy by Richard Kaufman
  • Belgian Jazz Aces by Philippe Noel

The Academy of Magical Arts in Genii
Consistency is Key by Libby Ward

LIGHT FROM THE LAMP

Books Reviewed by David Britland

  • Master of Deception by John-Ivan Palmer
  • Plotting Astonishment by Theron Christensen
  • Resigned to Miracles by Peter Groning
  • Semi-Automatic Card Tricks XII by Steve Beam

Tricks Reviewed by Mark Phillips

  • Isolated by Adrian Lacroix
  • Virtual Triumph by Adrian Lacroix
  • Clipstick Switch by Alexander May
  • "Diception" by Haim Goldenberg and Matan Rosenberg
  • "Two Headed Prediction" by Christopher Barnes
  • "The Evolution Project 2 Distance" by Alejandro Navas
  • "David Regal's Color Changing Knives" by David Regal

Videos Reviewed by Joe M. Turner

  • The Mene Tekel Deck Project by Liam Montier
  • Vinny Grosso LIVE ACT by Vinny Grosso
  • The Little Things, Volume 1 by Alan Rorrison

 

!VOLUME 84
NUMBER 1
January 2021

FEATURES

Mike Elizalde: The Magic, The Monsters by Jim Steinmeyer

Ottokar Fischer: Champion of Hofzinser by Magic Christian

COLUMNS

Genii Speaks
 by Richard Kaufman
In Memoriam:

  • Matthew Field by Richard Kaufman
  • Walter "Zaney" Blaney by Scott Wells
  • Joe Kardwell by George Schindler

The Eye by Chloe Olewitz

Material Concessions There by David Regal
Exhumations One-Way Stop Thrust and Countdown by Jon Racherbaumer
Stage as Studio Self-Doubt by Krystyn Lambert
Dealing With It Autopsychic by John Bannon
Happiness is the Road Welcome Home by Hannibal
Positive Magic for Kids The Linking Rings by Richard Wiseman and David Kaye

Magicana by Jonathan Friedman

  • Oil and Gaffs by Bob Farmer
  • Elena's Candy Separation by Luis Zavaleta
  • Dedlof by Jonathan Friedman

The Academy of Magical Arts in Genii
Conjuring Classes During Quarantine by Libby Ward

LIGHT FROM THE LAMP

Books Reviewed by Tom Frame

  • Machinations by Ben Harris
  • Curious Impuzzibilities by Jim Steinmeyer
  • Performing and Building Magic: Do's & Don'ts by Rand Woodbury

Tricks Reviewed by Brad Henderson

  • "EL3DON" by Mark Elsdon
  • "Hall Pass by Julio" Montoro and James Anthony
  • "The Bermuda Trio" by Simon Lovell
  • "The Stud Detector" by Carl Dreher
  • "iDrop" by Tim Ellis

Videos Reviewed by Bill Wells

  • The Alchemist Dreams by Ferran Rizo
  • At The Table Experience with Myles Thornton by Myles Thornton
  • At The Table Experience with Mahdi Gilbert by Mahdi Gilbert

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