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The June issue of Genii is Now Live Online! (Paper copies are in the mail.)
Make sure to check out the many video and audio features in the digital version of this issue. Subscribe at www.geniimagazine.com
I'd like to point out that a printed copy of any issue of Genii is only $6.50, not $43! Yes, there is a magic magazine that charges $43 for a single printed issue. Yikes!
Hannibal is on our cover this month, a fine close-up magician whose life and many talents are not well known since he rarely performs at conventions (though he does appear at The Magic Castle once a year). Dustin Stinett looks behind his benign countenance to find out what makes Hannibal tick, and why he decided not to compete at FISM in Italy last year (includes five videos).
Our next feature catches just-retired AMA president Erika Larsen and finds out what she’s up to, how she’s dealing with the death of her mother Irene, and what’s ahead for Brookledge Follies.
Many years ago we ran a story by Mel Gordon on the infamous Nazi clairvoyant Hanussen. Recently Chicagoan Neil Tobin mounted a show about Hanussen called Palace of the Occult. It’s springtime for Hitler! (with video).
“The Eye” returns for its second installment, now four pages of fascinating bits and bobs by Todd Karr.
If you want to know where magic is regularly performed around the U.S.A. and select international venues, don’t neglect to read “Now Performing” before your next trip.
We have audio columns from Max Maven and Jon Racherbaumer, and Rock gets into some mind-splaining in “On the Slant”
If you were at the Genii Convention in 2015 and saw John Gaughan perform the “Burning Globe” just before “The Orange Tree,” you’ll find out more in your monthly visit to his “Chamber of Secrets”
Jim Steinmeyer gives away a *** good piece of stage mentalism in “Conjuring”—it’s something he hid in print under another name years ago
Max Maven sets you up as a Psychic Detective in “Lost Horizons”
Dani DaOrtiz lets the spectator think of any card in “DaOrtiz a la Carte!” (with video).
Eugene Burger is given the third degree by Jeff McBride on the subject of vice and virtue in “Eugene’s Notebook” (with video)
Helder Guimaraes tangoes with the devil and the details (and the best version of a “Rub a Dub Dub” vanish I’ve ever seen that isn’t “Rub a Dub Dub”) in “Invisible Strings” (with video).
Pushing that big boulder up the same hill over and over is just what Pendragon does in “Panmagium.”
With no internet service on a lecture tour through Spain, Tom Stone manages to conjure up clever electrical magic in “Lodestones.”
“Magicana” contains three interesting tricks, brought to us by Andi Gladwin (with video).
Daniel Ulin brings us the latest from Los Angeles in “Knights at The Magic Castle.”
John Lovick reviews books, Joe M. Turner hits the latest videos, and Danny Orleans gives the latest tricks a test run.
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