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Quarterly (Issue Nº 5)

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This is the fifth issue of our magazine Quarterly. All the articles in Quarterly are being published for the first time in English, with two new collaborators and a lot of food for thought. Setting it apart from other magazines, Quarterly doesn't have any ads or publicity, ensuring all the pages are filled with real content.

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Limited Edition of 500 copies

 

This is the fifth issue of our magazine Quarterly. All the articles in Quarterly are being published for the first time in English, with two new collaborators and a lot of food for thought. Setting it apart from other magazines, Quarterly doesn’t have any ads or publicity, ensuring all the pages are filled with real content. Printed on FSC-certified and eco-friendly paper, this issue is 54 pages long, hand-finished, and personally numbered, and it contains these 5 essays:

 

Jejune is Busting Out All Over by Max Maven

 

World-renowned mentalist, performer and historian Max Maven shares his thoughts in Quarterly for the first time. Incorporating and building upon a reprint of an old article, this new piece will place the reader in a position to be guided in the search for balance and mystery in his or her own work.

 

The One Thousand and Ten Commandments for Tech Magic by Marc Kerstein

 

Opening a new discussion on how technology and magic can and should be combined, creator and tech expert Marc Kerstein lays the groundwork for the times ahead by creating a set of rules that should be used as principles to create really powerful illusions.

 

Card Tricks, Beer and Orange Juice by Denis Behr and Pit Hartling

 

Our favorite duo writing team returns to explore in their own particular style a vast array of subjects. Two of the greatest card magicians in the world, Denis Behr and Pit Hartling jump around from theme to theme, talking about improvisation, how to read magic books and false claims.

 

Abracadabra by Will Houstoun

 

As our in-house editor and favorite historian, Will Houstoun talks about perception and how the terminology we use in magic is important. The way we approach our art and the way we use language to relate to magic has a deep impact on how it is perceived.

 

Step Change by Stephen Thompson

 

Stephen Thompson returns using his consulting skills to deliver a powerful idea that you should not overlook. Taking as a starting point the audience experience, he guides you to how you can take your magic to new heights that you probably never thought of.

 

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Weight 0.36875 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x .25 in