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Sleightly Amusing By James Ward
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It's not easy being funny. True, there are countless jokes out there, covering every conceivable topic, and almost as many books on the subject. But, for the magician, most are either inappropriate... More > or so ancient they can be found on the same piece of wall as the Beni Hasan cup-and-ball routine. With more than 400 gags, bits of patter and business, 'Sleightly Amusing' sets out to provide magicians with workable lines, whether performing for other magicians, a lay audience, in competitions or even compering. The book opens with a section on the business of comedy writing itself, based on the author's experience as a gag writer for television, radio and as a stand-up comic.< Less
No Sleight 3 Ball Production By Brian Watson
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Brian Watson's No Sleight 3 Ball Production is a totally sleight free, no palming 3 ball production. Each ball appears balanced and isolated on the saddle of a cup. The hands are totally empty... More > throughout. Easy to do! No Palming! No Sleights! Pure Magic! Booklet includes a link to a video demo.< Less
Volume 6238, Sleight --- Slingers By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 6238, Sleight---Slingers Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman scale of big data.... More > Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
The Definitive Guide to Magic - How to Do Magic Tricks: Optical Ilusions, Coin Magic, Sleight of Hand, Conjuration, Fire Eating and More By Charles G. Wright
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This superb guide to magic tricks uncovers and teaches the secrets behind many of the most popular magic routines and stage illusions ever invented. Perfect for beginners and fans of casual... More > performance and stage magic, The Definitive Guide to Magic examines and unveils the methods behind magic tricks, optical illusions, conjuring, coin magic and sleight of hand - to highlight just some of this epic book's topics. Revelatory in tone, each trick is explained clearly with accompanying pictures. Indeed, this guide is designed for both the general interested reader and the aspiring professional magician. In addition to stage magic, sleight of hand tricks and conjuration, this book intensely examines the circus and street performance arts of fire eating, sword swallowing and juggling. This book was composed by professional magician and performer Charles G. Wright, so rest assured that you are in good (and dexterous) hands throughout the explanations, and will emerge knowledgeable.< Less
Healthful Sports For Boys: The American Boy's Ultimate Guide To Building Confidence, Strength And Good Moral Character Through Sports, Games, Camping, Boating, Swimming, Cycling, Skating, Sledding, Sleight Of Hand Magic And More! By Alfred Rochefort
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Originally published in 1910, Alfred Rochefort's HEALTHFUL SPORTS FOR BOYS: THE AMERICAN BOY'S ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BUILDING CONFIDENCE, STRENGTH AND GOOD MORAL CHARACTER THROUGH SPORTS, GAMES, CAMPING,... More > BOATING, SWIMMING, CYCLING, SKATING, SLEDDING, SLEIGHT OF HAND MAGIC AND MORE! is an optimistic "Can Do!" prescription for the kind of vigorous, competitive, yet thoroughly wholesome boyhood that for more than two centuries has reliably bred great American men of character, courage and good common sense. In our 21st Century, "post-modern" era of video games, virtual reality and "couch potato kids," Rochefort's vision of active boys creating fun with their own minds and muscles is a reminder of everything great about boys and about America, and a Clarion Call to a new generation to "get up and get great!" -- Before it's too late!< Less
Healthful Sports For Boys: The American Boy's Ultimate Guide To Building Confidence, Strength And Good Moral Character Through Sports, Games, Camping, Boating, Swimming, Cycling, Skating, Sledding, Sleight Of Hand Magic And More! By Alfred Rochefort
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Originally published in 1910, Alfred Rochefort's HEALTHFUL SPORTS FOR BOYS: THE AMERICAN BOY'S ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BUILDING CONFIDENCE, STRENGTH AND GOOD MORAL CHARACTER THROUGH SPORTS, GAMES, CAMPING,... More > BOATING, SWIMMING, CYCLING, SKATING, SLEDDING, SLEIGHT OF HAND MAGIC AND MORE! is an optimistic "Can Do!" prescription for the kind of vigorous, competitive, yet thoroughly wholesome boyhood that for more than two centuries has reliably bred great American men of character, courage and good common sense. In our 21st Century, "post-modern" era of video games, virtual reality and "couch potato kids," Rochefort's vision of active boys creating fun with their own minds and muscles is a reminder of everything great about boys and about America, and a Clarion Call to a new generation to "get up and get great!" -- Before it's too late!< Less
Healthful Sports for Boys: The American Boy’s Ultimate Guide to Building Confidence, Strength and Good Moral Character Through Sports, Games, Camping, Boating, Swimming, Cycling, Skating, Sledding, Sleight of Hand Magic and More! By Alfred Rochefort
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Originally published in 1910, Alfred Rochefort's HEALTHFUL SPORTS FOR BOYS is an optimistic "Can Do!" prescription for the kind of vigorous, competitive, yet thoroughly wholesome boyhood... More > that for more than two centuries has reliably bred great American men of character, courage and good common sense. In our 21st Century, "post-modern" era of video games, virtual reality and "couch potato kids," Rochefort's vision of active boys creating fun with their own minds and muscles is a reminder of everything great about boys and about America, and a Clarion Call to a new generation to "get up and get great!" -- Before it's too late!< Less
Healthful Sports for Boys: The American Boy’s Ultimate Guide to Building Confidence, Strength and Good Moral Character Through Sports, Games, Camping, Boating, Swimming, Cycling, Skating, Sledding, Sleight of Hand Magic and More! By Alfred Rochefort
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Originally published in 1910, Alfred Rochefort's HEALTHFUL SPORTS FOR BOYS is an optimistic "Can Do!" prescription for the kind of vigorous, competitive, yet thoroughly wholesome boyhood... More > that for more than two centuries has reliably bred great American men of character, courage and good common sense. In our 21st Century, "post-modern" era of video games, virtual reality and "couch potato kids," Rochefort's vision of active boys creating fun with their own minds and muscles is a reminder of everything great about boys and about America, and a Clarion Call to a new generation to "get up and get great!" -- Before it's too late!< Less
Topas' Wand! By Brian Watson
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A bare handed production of your magic wand, ideal to kick start your cups and balls routine!
Shattering Illusions By Jamy Ian Swiss
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Twenty insightful and occasionally incendiary essays on the topics of why magicians have failed to stop the exposure of secrets to the public; why magic is held in low esteem by much of show business... More > and the public, and what can be done about it; intellectual property rights in magic; the problems of presentation for mentalists (and one solution); should you learn magic from books or from video; how to tell a good trick from a bad one; the fallacy of "naturalness" in sleight of hand; commercialism, its benefits and pitfalls; discovering an on-stage character and a style that can lead to success--and an answer to the troubling question, Why do we do magic?< Less