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Bill Trotter

Bill Trotter – A Passion For Antiquity

Stevens Magic is proud to showcase the collection of our dear friend and advisor – Bill Trotter. You can enjoy the video link presentation of his collection here.         Bill Trotter became the curator for Joe’s collection in 2001; however, his relationship with the Stevens family began over thirty years ago. Bill […]


Antique Collectibles Summer 2016

Joe’s Crypt – A Selection of Antique Magic For Sale. More collectibles out of Joe’s crypt! below are items selected by curator Bill Trotter and Joe Stevens, all of which are rated with respect to their condition. If you are interested in any of the below pieces, please contact Joe personally. Please serious requests only. You […]


The "Nitty Gritty" (Part 1)

Joe’s Personally Speaking – January 2008 STAN KRAMIEN One of the last of the "Road Show" illusionists! He did it and so can you! Great information from a Pro! It’s a pleasure to post up an excellent column from our dear friend Stan Kramien, who made the famous the "No Show-No Dough" phrase and it […]


T.A. Waters – T.A. Waters "on The Waters Front"

Columnist: T.A. Waters ON THE WATERS FRONT a column of information and opinion by T. A. Waters THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS COLUMN ARE THOSE OF THE WRITER, AND MAY NOT NECESSARILY REPRESENT THE VIEWS OF THE STEVENS MAGIC EMPORIUM OR GEMINI. Column Seven: CAVEAT VICTOR Every year brings with it all kinds of awards […]


Stan Kramien – The "nitty Gritty" (part 1)

Columnist: Stan Kramien So you want to have a Big Illusion Show? So you want to be recognized by your peers? You want more than anything else in the world to be in show business? So you want to eat, sleep and breathe the Magic Show biz? Read on, I’ll show you how it’s done. […]


Mike Rogers – Flying Solowith Opinions

Columnist: Mike Rogers Flying Solo with Opinions Once or twice a year, for reasons that make little sense, I feel compelled to express a few opinions. Normally this drivel causes me more pain than pleasure. Every time I do it I end up wondering why I subject myself to so much flack. Alas, I still […]