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TeddyBoy
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Can anyone tell me, objectively, if SAM Magazine actually discusses the "doing" of magic, or only the professional aspects of being a magician. I am not a performer but would like something interesting to read. I came across a book by Ian Kendall, which was a collection of incredibly instructive articles originally published in SAM Magazine. Of course, this level of instruction cannot often be expected. But given my paucity of free time I would like to know if your magazine is suited for me.

I appreciate your attention.
So many sleights...so little time.
"Slow...deliberate...natural." Bill Tarr

Cheers,
Teddy
kamlet
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The SAM Magazine M-U-M has all kinds of articles from interviews, history, book/trick reviews, and of course assembly reports as well as some "how-to" articles

You can get a sample at

https://www.magicsam.com/page/MUMSampler

If you're looking for a magazine devoted to teaching tricks, this isn't really it...
TeddyBoy
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Thanks very much. I assume you find it interesting enough to hold your interest.
So many sleights...so little time.
"Slow...deliberate...natural." Bill Tarr

Cheers,
Teddy
Tim Snyder
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I get MUM and Genii magazine. I find Genii to be the more interesting to read. I think both would meet the criteria that you are asking about, but I would recommend Genii.
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