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Chase
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Hey guys.
The latest "This Week In Magic" podcast at The Magic Newswire is a conversation with Jim Steinmeyer, and it's almost entirely about illusions and the creative process. We talked about his new book, Technique and Understanding, the reality of being a working performer, why scripting is essential, and what effect he wishes he'd never published. There are also some terrific stories about Doug Henning and Craig Dickens.
Hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed recording it!

Listen to it here: http://bit.ly/4vxmmK
Fantasy Knight
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Thanks Chase for sharing that, I really enjoyed listing to that this morning while sipping on my coffee.
Grew up near one of the greatest minds in magic the late Stewart James, in a town called Wallaceburg just 15 mins from Courtright where James could be found, time and time again he would inspire me to always be creative and just love all magic.
Oliver Ross
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Thanks for the link Chase.

That was really interesting and worth to listen to. think that a lot of follow magicians and specially illusionists should listen to this interview.

Oliver.
Frank Simpson
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Chase, thanks for the head-up on this! Truly a most illuminating interview with the man I personally regard as the most creative mind in the industry! I enjoyed every moment of it!
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