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Magic Seen Iss 77 (November 2017)

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Most of the time, the articles about our featured stars are full of praise for their achievements and skills – and rightly so, because we only try to select performers who are ‘worthy’ of Magicseen’s attention! So, you might find the article about our issue 77 cover stars, Young and Strange, a little different, as despite their talent and success they are remarkably down-to-earth and unpretentious and seek to downplay what they have achieved. We like them!

As a general rule we don’t run tribute articles to recently departed magicians, but when someone of interOne of the things that I love about our magazine is the diversity of content that we try to ensure goes into each issue, and this edition is typical of that variety. There are some really interesting background interviews with well-known performers, which effectively take you ‘behind the scenes’ in the personal and professional lives of cover star Jamie Raven, creative dealer Paul Roberts and quirky performer Kieron Johnson. So if celebrity is your thing, we’ve got that covered.

Then again, we also like to provide helpful information on topics that could prove invaluable to you. This issue we’ve got two great articles on the business side of magic performance. One is a compilation of advice on how to avoid common ‘business’ mistakes from some of the top names in the magic world compiled by Aaron Fisher, and the other is an insightful piece from Ken Dyne on how to increase the likelihood of getting corporate bookings.

Arguably one of the most popular sections in every edition of Magicseen is the Reviews Section, and this time not only do we have the usual round-up of comment on the latest releases, but we also provide an article that gives you an insight into how we actually go about putting the reviews themselves together. You’d be surprised perhaps at just how much thought goes into it!national status and repute such as Eugene Burger sadly leaves it, we felt it only right and proper that we should spend some time reflecting on the huge impact he has had on the magic world.

What other delights await you in the November issue? Well, Geraint Clarke offers you three ideas in his usual forthright manner! Christopher T. Magician returns with the second installment of his three-part miniseries, and Mel Mellers reveals his techniques for creating individual personalised comedy. Plus we have an extended chat with top Australian FISM winner Tim Ellis, the Masterclass and as always our round up of reviews and other bits and pieces to make your magic world rock!

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Most of the time, the articles about our featured stars are full of praise for their achievements and skills – and rightly so, because we only try to select performers who are ‘worthy’ of Magicseen’s attention! So, you might find the article about our issue 77 cover stars, Young and Strange, a little different, as despite their talent and success they are remarkably down-to-earth and unpretentious and seek to downplay what they have achieved. We like them!

As a general rule we don’t run tribute articles to recently departed magicians, but when someone of interOne of the things that I love about our magazine is the diversity of content that we try to ensure goes into each issue, and this edition is typical of that variety. There are some really interesting background interviews with well-known performers, which effectively take you ‘behind the scenes’ in the personal and professional lives of cover star Jamie Raven, creative dealer Paul Roberts and quirky performer Kieron Johnson. So if celebrity is your thing, we’ve got that covered.

Then again, we also like to provide helpful information on topics that could prove invaluable to you. This issue we’ve got two great articles on the business side of magic performance. One is a compilation of advice on how to avoid common ‘business’ mistakes from some of the top names in the magic world compiled by Aaron Fisher, and the other is an insightful piece from Ken Dyne on how to increase the likelihood of getting corporate bookings.

Arguably one of the most popular sections in every edition of Magicseen is the Reviews Section, and this time not only do we have the usual round-up of comment on the latest releases, but we also provide an article that gives you an insight into how we actually go about putting the reviews themselves together. You’d be surprised perhaps at just how much thought goes into it!national status and repute such as Eugene Burger sadly leaves it, we felt it only right and proper that we should spend some time reflecting on the huge impact he has had on the magic world.

What other delights await you in the November issue? Well, Geraint Clarke offers you three ideas in his usual forthright manner! Christopher T. Magician returns with the second installment of his three-part miniseries, and Mel Mellers reveals his techniques for creating individual personalised comedy. Plus we have an extended chat with top Australian FISM winner Tim Ellis, the Masterclass and as always our round up of reviews and other bits and pieces to make your magic world rock!

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