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GS121002
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Does anyone know when and where the next "Conference on Magic History" is?

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Gary Salisbury
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Kazoo742
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No sorry but I would like to attend also
Bill Mullins
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It was just held this last weekend (Nov 4-7) at the Beverly Garland Hotel in Studio City CA.
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You can listen to Mike Caveney talking about The Magic History Conference and his act and books on this weeks episode (55) of The Magicians' Podcast (it is free!). There are also over 50 other interviews with some of the world's best magicians available on our feed right now here for you to enjoy and learn from:

http://magicianspodcast.podbean.com

I hope you enjoy them.

Richard Young

Creator & Host of The Magicians' Podcast on iTunes
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