MyMagic eNewsletter #1,012
May 14, 2022
As you are reading this, I am on my way to Las Vegas for Magic Live which is likely the last magic convention I will be displaying at or attending this year.
The booth will be open tomorrow where I will introduce my latest product. It is an excellent book featuring 98 routines contributed by 73 creative magicians from the 1970s and 1980s. A literal who’s who of that era.
As I hinted previously, I took the two Fork Full Of Appetizers books (1982 and 1984) and combined them into a 232-page book full of magic that will finally be widely accessible.
The new title is Forks Full Of Appetizers (which can have multiple subtle meanings) and because I want it to be within everyones budget I am simultaneously releasing it in both hardcover and softcover.
To read more about it you can get a free pdf of the contents and my foreword: HERE
Also, it is currently available worldwide through Amazon so you can get it with free shipping if you are a member. (Hint: search for forks full of appetizers magic, without the word magic you will get mostly silverware).
The ad copy below will give you more details:
►Forks Full Of Appetizers:
Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic, that is often referred to as at the 4F Convention, and was later renamed Obie’s 4F, was the first and Original Close-Up Magic Convention.
Since its inception the exclusive, by-invitation-only, event has attracted the best close-up magicians in the world. This book contains 98 routines by 73 contributors who are a who’s who of close-up magic. Many of the names have become hugely popular creators and performers in our field and many of the contributions in this book are routines and techniques they actually used to earn a living.
Magicians include: Ammar, Anderson, Barnett, Cornelius, Cottee, Craven, Doty, Dusheck, Eckl, Elias, Farmer, Gagnon, Gallo, Garrett, Gertner, Gordon, Kalush, Kaufman, King, Lorraine, Maven, Mertz, Miesel, Mullica, Norman, O’Brien, Ouellet, Riding, Skinner, Slaight, Stencil, Stephens, Stover, Tappan, Trabucco, Trixer, Wakeman, Willmarth, Wonder, Yedid, Zak, Zarrow, Zollweg, and many others.
This is the first time this magic is being made widely available. Until now the only way to get access to this material was to buy copies of the books during the annual 4F Convention.
Watch and buy: HERE
►Danny’s Panel Board:
The Panel Board was first introduced in the 1800s as a coin vanish under cover of a cap. It sat dormant until the late 1920s and early 1930s when Danny Tsukalas discovered it and started coming up with amazing looking sequences where coins would vanish and appear under impossible conditions.
We have made every effort to teach you everything you need to know to do impossible looking magic. You will be able to do some of the sequences within minutes of learning the real secrets of how to prepare and manipulate the board.
Watch and buy: HERE
Stay happy, Meir
PS: Were you surprised last week by the ending of Danny’s Panel Board trailer?