Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Project 365 (270/365): The Genii Magazine Online

.:270/365: The Genii Magazine Online:.

I know it’s my birthday, but I’m not coming up with anything extra special for today’s Project 365 – at least, not something special to me.

Genii magazine is quite special on its own, though. As the longest-running independent magazine about magic, the magazine is very steeped in prestige and history, and in being so, has become one of the most prestigious publications that seek to promote the art form. Founded in 1936 by William Larsen, Sr., the magazine was purchased by Richard Kaufman in 1998, and this publication has featured the likes of Houdini, Dai Vernon, Bill Malone, and Wayne Houchin on the cover of its esteemed magazine.

With promotions, articles, even effects that could be immensely useful to magicians at large, this magazine has everything one needs and then some. It’s nothing short of an essential resource for the bibliophile who wants to know what’s going on in the world of magic, and it’s great to know that an online version is available.

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