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Feature Index By Issue
  1. Paul Harris (technology, mastery, and astonishment)

  2. Jason Alexander (creating an award-winning act (Academy of the Magical Arts Parlour Magician of the Year 2006))

  3. Jay Sankey (magic and creativity)

  4. Bill Malone, CEO of Comedy Magic

  5. Johnny Thompson (early years, character development, the creation of The Great Tomsoni & Co. and the importance of Vernon At the Magic Castle)

  6. Dean Dill (what it was like to perform on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson)

  7. Mac King, king of comedy magic

  8. David Williamson (being willing to fail and the difference between the corporate world and magic conventions)

  9. Richard Turner (remarkable life)

  10. Mike Caveney (Long Beach Mystics, old magic books and a tour of the Egyptian Hall collection)

  11. Chris Kenner (bad magic, Criss Angel, and the need for a real magic critic)

  12. Eugene Burger (making your magic important and more)

  13. Daniel Garcia (struggles for success)

  14. Wayne Dobson (multiple sclerosis has affected his approach to magic, changed his career — and redirected his life)

  15. Dan & Dave Buck (card flourishes have changed their lives and what they're going to do next!)

  16. Max Maven (state of Mentalism today and how people will believe anything!)

  17. Mark Mason (childhood and how magic changed his life)

  18. Kostya Kimlat (designing magic tricks, and asks "who cares?")

  19. Road to Beijing (behind-the-scenes look at the performance tour 5 FISM winners (Lennart Green, Miguel Puga, Rocco, Shoot Ogawa and Henry Evans) took through China)

  20. The Magic Castle (tour by Milt Larson)

  21. Shawn Farquhar, 2010 FISM winner (working hard and taking risks)

  22. Michael Ammar ("coming out" as a magician and performing on Letterman)

  23. Eric DeCamps (creating a modern magic show)

  24. Paul Gertner (development of Steel & Silver routine and performing for Johnny Carson)

  25. Craig Petty & David Penn (their show (Wizard Product Review) as well as the failed "magic-off" with Justin Miller)

  26. Wayne Houchin (hanging upside down in a straight jacket can really change your perception on life)

  27. Armando Lucero (value of secrets and earning knowledge)

  28. Josh Jay (creativity, selling magic and working with HBO)

  29. Losander (creative influences and the development of the floating table)

  30. David Stone (influenced by the film "Rocky" and doing the impossible)

  31. David Copperfield (daring to make mistakes and his continuing quest to elevate the art of magic)

  32. Boris Wild (creativity and the difference between American and European audiences)

  33. Dan Sperry (why magic isn't cool and experience on "America's Got Talent")

  34. Apollo Robbins (science connecting magic, pickpocketing, and mentalism)

  35. Jim Steinmeyer (working with Doug Henning and the importance of learning the classics)

  36. Chris Capehart (honing skills on the street and making a living doing children's magic)

  37. Asi Wind (magic, art, and creating an impossible moment)

  38. Andi Gladwin (switching careers, the ethics of stealing magic, and what makes him unique)

  39. John Gaughan, legendary illusion designer (gives a tour of his workshop, including his collection of historical pieces and some of his most famous illusions!)

  40. Francis Menotti (power of "finding the metaphor" and that there's always something new to be discovered in magic)

  41. Brian Gillis, Johnny Carson’s favorite magician (mastering his material helps him connect to his audience)

  42. Jon Dorenbos, Pro Bowl long-snapper (magic rescued a young boy from tragedy and changed his life forever)

  43. John Carney (Dai Vernon taught him the importance of simplicity, punctuation, and the pursuit of natural movement)

  44. Rob Zebrecky (importance of embracing your inner weirdo, taking risks, and not being afraid to sheds a few “art tears”)

  45. Philippe Petit Part 1 (lessons he’s learned as an aerialist, juggler, pickpocket, street performer, and bullfighter have informed his magic and his art)

  46. Philippe Petit: Part 2 (shows the wire used to walk between the Twin Towers, and how producing a dove was nearly his downfall)

  47. Steve Spill (amazing stories about growing up at The Magic Castle and from his book, I Lie for Money)

  48. Derek Hughes (“America’s Got Talent” helped him enliven material that “works” into something very special.)

  49. John Lovick (creating Handsome Jack persona and his triumphant appearance on Penn & Teller’s Fool Us)

  50. Steve Valentine (new video encyclopedia, Magic on the Go and the creation of his one-man show, Life and Other Deceptions)

  51. The Amazing Johnathan Charlie Frye and Bill Malone (conspire to destroy the Magic Live Dealer room and each other)

  52. Kozmo (life as a street performer and video producer, including great stories about Cellini, Harry Anderson, and desire to have a positive impact on the magic community)

  53. Guy Hollingworth (trailblazing career as a performer, magic innovator, filmmaker, and barrister)

  54. Jim Cellini, King of the Streets
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