Catalog of magic

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1977 - Games - 279 pages
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Contents

THINGS THAT APPEAR AND THINGS THAT VANISH
1
Devils Handkerchief
7
EZ Hat Loader
13
Milk Pitcher
19
SixCard and Bill Repeats
25
Soda Pop Production
26
Temple Screen
32
Coin Ladders
39
AntiGravico and Hydracoke
141
Rattle Bars
147
MAGIC OF THE MIND
153
Clearly Mental
160
ESP Color Rapport
166
Mental Image
172
SnipSnip Want Ad Test
179
Super Clip Line Plus
181

Rice Bowls
45
THINGS THAT CHANGE PLACES
52
Forgetful Freddie
58
Rings on Rope
64
Silks Between
68
Chop Cups and Golden Bags
74
ThreeShell Game
80
Afghan Bands
86
Circle to Square
92
DotsADandy
98
Silk Symphony
104
Soft Soap
105
Fresh Fish and other tornandrestored tricks
111
Professors Nightmare
117
Acrobatic Silks
123
Comedy Light Bulb
129
Rising Cards
135
Bongo Bender
187
Lexicon Phenomena
194
Triple Card Revelation
200
Checkers Through Silk
206
Linking Pins
212
Turkish Turmoil
219
Visible Walking Through a Ribbon
220
Jardin Ellis Ring
226
7
234
Grants Candlelite
240
Safari
247
Card Ducks
254
Chapeaugraphy
257
Teleflash
263
Miraculous Accessories
275
Copyright

About the author (1977)

Orson Scott Card is the author of the SF classic, "Ender's Game," as well as dozens of other bestselling novels, including "Shadow of the Hegemon," He lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Mercedes Lackey is a full-time writer and has published numerous novels and stories, including the bestselling Heralds of Valdemar series. She lives in Oklahoma with her husband and collaborator, artist Larry Dixon, and their flock of parrots.
Tanith Lee has written 15 children's books, 42 adult novels and nearly 200 short stories. She has won the World Fantasy Award and the August Derleth Award for her work. Tanith Lee lives in England with her husband.
Elizabeth Moon is a native Texan who has a degree in both History and Biology, spent three years in the Marine Corps and has been nominated for a Hugo Award. She live in Florence Texas with her family.
Michael Swanwick has received the Hugo, Nebula, Theodore Sturgeon, and World Fantasy Awards for his work. "Stations of the Tide" was honored with the Nebula Award and was also nominated for the Hugo and Arthur C. Clarke Awards. "The Edge of the World," was awarded the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award in 1989. It was also nominated for both the Hugo and World Fantasy Awards. "Radio Waves" received the World Fantasy Award in 1996. "The Very Pulse of the Machine" received the Hugo Award in 1999, as did "Scherzo with Tyrannosaur" in 2000.
Editor Marvin Kaye is the author and editor of more than forty books, including "The Game Is Afoot: Parodies, Pastiches, and Ponderings of Sherlock Holmes" and T"he Resurrected Holmes: New Cases from the Notes of John H. Watson, M.D," He lives in New York City.

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