Stephen Minch

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Stephen Minch is the author of many magic books and founder of [[Hermetic Press]].
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'''Stephen Minch''' (b. 1948) is the author of many magic books and founder of [[Hermetic Press]].
  
[[Books_by_Stephen_Minch| Books by Stephen Minch]].
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== Bibliography ==
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*[[The Book of Thoth]] (1974)
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*[[Ever So Sleightly]] featuring the magic of [[Martin Nash]] (1975)
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*[[Secrets of a Puerto Rican Gambler]] featuring the magic of [[Daryl]] (1980)
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*[[For Your Entertainment Pleasure: Magic by Daryl]] |featuring the magic of [[Daryl]] '1982)
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*[[Spectacle]] A compilation of modern wonders (1990)
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*[[Carneycopia]] featuring the magic of [[John Carney]] (1991)
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*[[Collected Works of Alex Elmsley, Vol. I]] featuring the magic of [[Alex Elmsley]] (1991)
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*[[By Forces Unseen]] featuring the magic of [[Ernest Earick]] (1993)
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*[[Collected Works of Alex Elmsley, Vol. II]] featuring the magic of [[Alex Elmsley]] (1994)
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*[[The Books of Wonder]] Vol. 1, (with [[Tommy Wonder]]) (1996)
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*[[The Books of Wonder]] Vol. 2, (with [[Tommy Wonder]]) (1996)
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The following is a list of more books written or published by Stephen Minch:
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* [[Any Second Now]]: The Professional Card Technique of Martin A Nash (1977)
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* [[Creations of a Magical Madman]] (1977)
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* [[Sleight Unseen]]: The Professional Card Technique of Martin A Nash (1979)
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* [[Jacks or Better]]: Martin A. Nash lecture notes (1979)
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* [[Lovecraftian Ceremonies]] (1979)
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* [[Eyeless in Gaza]] (1984)
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* [[Mind Melds]] (1984)
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* [[The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 3]] (1984) (with Adam Fleischer)
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* [[Seven Deadly Miracles]]: Further Card Magic of Bro. John Hamman, S.M. (1984)
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* [[The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 4]] (1984)
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* [[Colors on the March]]: Martin A. Nash lecture notes (1984)
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* [[The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 5]] (with Phil Goldstein) (1986)
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* [[Larry Jennings' Neoclassics]] (1987)
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* [[Kings Incognito]]: Martin A Nash lecture notes (1987)
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* The Three Faces of Steve: lecture notes (1987)
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* [[Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus]] (1987)
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* [[The Vernon Chronicles, Vol. 1: The Lost Inner Secrets]] (1987)
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* Manual of Restaurant Magic (Kirk Charles) (1987)
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* [[The Vernon Chronicles, Vol. 2: More Lost Inner Secrets]] (1988)
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* [[The Vernon Chronicles, Vol. 3: Further Lost Inner Secrets]] (1989)
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* [[Standing Up Surrounded]]* (Kirk Charles) (1989)
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* [[Ken Krenzel's Close-Up Impact]] (1990)
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* [[Ultra Cervon]] (1990)
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* History of Western Close-up Magic (published in Japanese) (1990)
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* [[Focus]] (Goldstein)  (1990)
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* [[From Witchcraft to Card Tricks]] (1991)
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* [[Tricks of the Imagination]]* (Robert E. Neale) (1991)
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* [[Thavant]]* (Phil Goldstein) (1991)
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* [[A Life Among Secrets]]: The Life and Adventures of Eddie Fields (1992)
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* [[Terry LaGerould's Pasteboard Presentations]] (Wayne Whiting and Terry LaGerould) (1992)
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* [[Modus Operandi: The Card Magic of Jack Carpenter]] (Stephen Hobbs)  (1992)
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* [[Mind, Myth and Magick]] (T. A. Waters) (1993)
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* [[Thabbatical]] (Phil Goldstein)(1994)
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* [[Ted Lesley's Paramiracles]] (1994)
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* [[Card College]], Volume 1 (Roberto Giobbi) (1995)
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* [[Magic and Meaning]] (Eugene Burger & Robert E. Neal) (1995)
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* Ken Krenzel's [[Ingenuities]] (1997)
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* [[Kort]] (1999)
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* The Georgia Wonder: Lulu Hurst and the Secret that Shook America Compiled by Barry Whiley (2004)
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* [[The Book of Forgotten Secrets]] (2010)
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{{References}}
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* Stephen Minch: A Bibliography  in [[Genii 1997 March]], page 29
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* [http://hermeticforum.com/index.php Hermetic Press Fan Foum]
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[[Category:Biographies]]

Latest revision as of 13:56, 10 June 2013

Stephen Minch

Cover of Genii (1997)
BornDecember 10, 1948
Tacoma, Texas

Stephen Minch (b. 1948) is the author of many magic books and founder of Hermetic Press.


Bibliography

The following is a list of more books written or published by Stephen Minch:

References

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