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Gede Nibo
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LMAO!!! HA!

that's right--darned squares--WE'RE the only SQUARES here, heh Frater? :.

:)
Black Hart
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My prime advice:

Concentrating on finding audiences - venues are easy to get.

Keith Hart
Black Artefacts, manufacturer and dealer of weird, bizarre and psychic magic: www.blackhart.co.uk
magic113
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Hi Chris...Sorry it took a while to get back here...I was busy all this past weekend with programs...I thought my original post was self explaintory...I'm a magician...I've done magic, mentalism and at one point bizarre magic...I was simply pointing out that psychic fairs might be a good place to promote you bizarre magic program...As I said, I think it would be a good idea...I'm planning to try it soon as a way of promoting my Halloween program and possibly a bizarre program...That's all...I wasn't talking about venues or how I promote myself...

Hope that clears things up...

Ted
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handa
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Thanks, Ted. Yes that does.

Chris
spidey_ak
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Nobody has mentioned one aspect of the business & that's writing material, creating props, etc.

One thing I've noticed on this side of magic is the ability of the bizarrist to create their own demand. For example, Stephen Minch could probably have made quite a killing, at first, for 'Lovecraftian Ceremonies' but chose to release it as a limited edition; this drives up interest for his other works, which may or may not be of the same caliber. I've noticed several other writers & prop creators release their art as a limited edition (as is their right).

Supplying the bizarre magician is also part of this business, and I would love to hear from a few of those people who visit the forums and who have successfully supplied us with such awesome material.
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