Tom Frame

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Tom Frame
BornJanuary 19, 1960
Canton, Ohio

Tom Frame (b. 1960) is a psychotherapist and magic enthusiast with a specialty in card magic.

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Biography

Frame's passion for magic was ignited at the age of 13, when he received a TV Magic Set for Christmas. His other interests include poker, movies and rock & roll.


He and his wife live in San Francisco.

Bibliography

  • November, 1991 - Framed!
  • November, 1995 - Scary Hotels lecture notes
  • January, 1997 - Covert Operations lecture notes
  • March, 2006 - Sinister Ministrations lecture notes
  • March, 2006 - The Hypercard Project
  • October, 2011 – Hold ‘Em Magic

Contributions

  • July, 1980 - One Man Parade in The Linking Ring
  • March, 1991 - "Comedy of Errors" in Apocalypse
  • September, 1991 - "Clear De Lune" in Apocalypse
  • May, 1992 - "Sight Gag" in Apocalypse
  • September, 1992 - "Rubber Wrangler" in Apocalypse
  • August, 1995 - "Blind Dates" in Apocalypse
  • October, 1996 - One Man Parade in The Linking Ring
  • November, 1996 - "Leadership Potential" in Apocalypse
  • November, 1996 - "Well-Appointed Stud" in The Trap Door
  • August, 1997 - "An Innocent Man" in The Linking Ring
  • August, 1997 - "Reversal of Fortune" in Magic
  • October, 1997 - "Eventuality Aces" (aka "Free Ace-Ociation") in Apocalypse
  • June, 1998 - "Boondoggled" in The Linking Ring
  • July, 1998 - "What You Were Thinking" in Magic
  • November, 1998 - "Off-Color Sandwich" in Magic
  • March, 1999 - "Forensic Evidence" in Magic
  • April, 1999 - "The Final Countdown" in Onyx
  • May, 1999 - "Sandwich Transit" in The Linking Ring
  • September, 1999 - "The 15 Second Memorized Deck" in Channel One
  • October, 1999 - "Return of the Fly" in Magic
  • March, 2000 - "Spellermental" in Channel One
  • September, 2000 - "A Case of Polygraphy" in Channel One
  • December, 2000 - "Silent Scream" in The Linking Ring
  • April, 2001 - One Man Parade in The Linking Ring
  • September, 2001 - "Blind-Sided" in Ego #4
  • November, 2001 - "Comedy of Errors", "Clear De Lune", "Sight Gag" and "Rubber Wrangler" in Apocalypse, Volumes 11-15
  • March/April, 2002 - "Download" (with Jeff Pierce & Tom Cutts) in AM/PM
  • June, 2002 - "Blind Dates", "Leadership Potential" and "Eventuality Aces" in Apocalypse, Volumes 16 - 20
  • November/December 2002 - "A Mental Case" in AM/PM
  • April, 2004 - "A Defective Deck" in Channel One
  • September, 2005 - "Psyboards" in Magic
  • August, 2006 - One-Man issue of "Talk About Tricks" in Magic
  • July, 2007 - One Man Parade in The Linking Ring
  • August, 2007 - "Kitchen Sync" in M-U-M
  • November, 2008 - "Off-Color Sandwich 2.0" in The Linking Ring
  • January 2011 - Leadership Potential and Off-Color Sandwich in "Card Magic USA" (by Peter Duffie)
  • October, 2012 – "Son of Hyper-Warp" in The Cardwarp Tour (2012)
  • September 2008 to present - Product reviewer on the Genii forum.[1]

Awards and honors

  • October, 1996 - His One Man Parade in The Linking Ring received the IBM plaque for Best Parade and "The Mystic Spinner of Doom" was awarded the trophy for Best Trick

References

  1. Genii Forum :Light from the Lamp ONLINE
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