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{{See also |[[Magic Magazine (Kardwell)]] and [[ Magic : The Magazine of Wonder]] and [[Magic Magazine For All Magicians]]}}
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| publisher      = Stan Allen
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MAGIC, The Magazine for Magicians, is an independent magazine  is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. A creation of [[Stan Allen]], it debuted in September of 1991, with its first issue featuring [[Lance Burton]] on the cover. 
  
'''MAGIC''', The Magazine for Magicians, is an independent magazine for magicians that is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. A creation of [[Stan Allen]] after his "Inside Magic" newsletter which ran from 1985-1991. It debuted in September of 1991, with its first issue featuring [[Lance Burton]] on the cover.
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It was an extension of Allen's previous newsletter "'''Inside Magic'''" which ran for seven volumes (1985-1991).[[File:InsideMagic.jpg|thumb|right|Volume 1 Issue 1 Inside Magic]]
  
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Writers for the magazine have included [[Joshua Jay]], [[Gabe Fajuri]], [[John Lovick]], [[Alan Howard]], [[Max Maven]], [[Peter Duffie]], [[Mark Nelson]], [[Rory Johnston]], and [[Shawn McMaster]].
  
Writers for the magazine have included Joshua Jay, Gabe Fajuri, John Lovick, Alan Howard, Max Maven, Peter Duffie, Mark Nelson, Rory Johnston, and Shawn McMaster.
 
  
 
In 2001 it was announced that MAGIC produced a convention known as [[MAGIC Live]].
 
In 2001 it was announced that MAGIC produced a convention known as [[MAGIC Live]].
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In 2007 MAGIC Magazine was also listed as one of the Chicago Tribune's 50 favorite magazines in their annual summer list.
 
In 2007 MAGIC Magazine was also listed as one of the Chicago Tribune's 50 favorite magazines in their annual summer list.
  
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They also host a periodic convention called [[Magic Live]].<ref>[http://www.magicmagazine.com Official magazine website]</ref>
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* [http://www.magicmagazine.com Official magazine website]
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Revision as of 21:42, 16 February 2012

See also: Magic Magazine (Kardwell) and Magic : The Magazine of Wonder and Magic Magazine For All Magicians.
MAGIC Magazine
MagicV1N6.jpg
Vol 1, No 6
FrequencyMonthly
PublisherStan Allen
First issueSeptember 1991
Final issueongoing

MAGIC, The Magazine for Magicians, is an independent magazine is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. A creation of Stan Allen, it debuted in September of 1991, with its first issue featuring Lance Burton on the cover.

It was an extension of Allen's previous newsletter "Inside Magic" which ran for seven volumes (1985-1991).
Volume 1 Issue 1 Inside Magic

Writers for the magazine have included Joshua Jay, Gabe Fajuri, John Lovick, Alan Howard, Max Maven, Peter Duffie, Mark Nelson, Rory Johnston, and Shawn McMaster.


In 2001 it was announced that MAGIC produced a convention known as MAGIC Live.

In 2005 MAGIC Magazine was deemed the world's largest selling publication for magicians by Guinness World Records. ( 2005 edition page 183 )

In 2007 MAGIC Magazine was also listed as one of the Chicago Tribune's 50 favorite magazines in their annual summer list.

They also host a periodic convention called Magic Live.[1]

References

  1. Official magazine website


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