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Stevens Magic is excited to announce a partnership with Thomas Blacke, the President of The International Association of Escape Artist. Thomas is also the editor of “Escape Masters Magazine,” which is published quarterly and mailed all over the world. We would like to welcome Thomas Blacke to our family of GeMiNi (Greater Magic Network) contributors […]


Harary Part 2

Q: Do you have a favorite illusion? A: Whichever one I am developing on at any given time. I don’t like to get bored, and challenge myself to create new illusions. Q: Why do you perform escapes in your show? A: It is important to create some dynamic tension in your show using risk and […]


Personally Speaking – Oct08

MEET OUR STAFF It is a pleasure to introduce you to some of our valued staff members! We are proud of all of our staff and some have been with us for well over 20+ years! The first feature is on one of our resident magicians by the name of Mark Toland. A college student […]

Personally Speaking – Nov06 – Part 5

Enjoy the article penned by Bill Palmer that first appeared in this year’s TAOM program! Very interesting history and you will learn something… FOOTSTEPS By Bill Palmer “It has often been said that we follow in the footsteps of others. Little Jimmy sat in an audience at a theater in Indiana, watching, totally enraptured, as […]


Personally Speaking – Dec05 – Part 3

THE VENICE EXPERIENCE Then on to Venice and a splendid three days after both events. You don’t need to see any magic in Venice, as the area itself is all magic! Joe & Martha enjoy coffee at San Marcos Square THE L.A. CONFERENCE EXPERIENCE Back home for one week and I made my two-year trek […]


Personally Speaking – Feb05 – Part 2

A big thank you goes out to Mark and Nani Wilson who in addition to being two of the classiest people in the art of magic, also helped me make sure everything went smoothly. Nani is one touch cookie! We were all cracking up because one gentleman come into the room while we were still […]


Scott Wells – It's A Matter Of Attitude

Columnist: Scott Wells By Scott Wells I have recently been engaged in in-depth discussions concerning the terms “Professionals” and “Amateurs.” The root of the discussions was founded on the traditionally defined understanding that a Professional earns his living performing whereas an Amateur does not. My article on the Hierarchy of Magical Skill apparently stirred emotions […]


Mike Rogers – The Cups

Columnist: Mike Rogers by Mike Rogers Everyone who knew Dai Vernon could relate an anecdote. Here’s another. When entering into a conversation about the Cups and Balls it is difficult not to include something about Dai Vernon. For some it’s even more difficult to have any magic conversation without including something about Cups and Balls. […]