Northern California - United States
Posted: Jun 26, 2010 8:15pm
The internet is known for three things: looking at pictures of fully-clothed women, paying for music and movies, and thought-provoking discussions on The Magic Café. Tyler Wilson is about to partake in one of these activities.
Tyler won’t be holding back; nothing is off topic. He is brutally honest – to a fault – with what he loves, what he hates, and what he thinks about that double lift of yours. So if there’s a question you’ve always wanted to ask, or a topic you’ve always wanted to discuss, you have one week to let loose. Seven days have never looked so tantalizing.
What will you ask him? He’s well-known for his boundary-pushing creativity, slick techniques, and exciting performance style. He’s a student of the craft – a student who regularly gets held back for detention, but a student nonetheless. He has performed all over North America, and the parts of Europe people can actually pronounce. Whether it’s a sketchy gig, or the Magic Castle – and everything in between – Tyler has killed in every conceivable venue, and bombed in almost as many (when you try out as many imaginative ideas that Tyler has, you have to be prepared to fail on occasion).
Hot on the heels of his bestselling book, Dominatricks, Tyler has just released Reinventing The Real: an inside look into this truly unique performer and his inspiring creations. This new book has been getting rave reviews, and allowed Tyler to drop even more names:
"Reinventing The Real is the best and most exciting book on close-up magic I've read in a long time. In it Tyler Wilson shows himself wonderfully inventive, a serious student of his craft and very funny. The only fault this book has is that I'm not publishing it.”—Stephen Minch
"Wow! Reinventing The Real has so much variety it could have been called Kamasutricks. The book is an inspiring read. It's full of unique presentations, methods, and strong effects. Make room on your bookshelf and get ready to add to your repertoire." – Ray Kosby
“Reinventing The Real is a well-written and well-produced book with great magic, solid methods, terrific presentations and spot on references and credits.” – Jason England
You’ve got one week. Don’t waste it on ladiesinturtlenecks.com.
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