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[[Hermetic Press]], a publishing company in Seattle founded in 1990 by [[Stephen Minch]], specializes in magic technical literature.   
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[[Hermetic Press]], a publishing company in Seattle founded in [[1989]] by [[Stephen Minch]], specializes in magic technical literature.   
  
 
Among those publications are the works of [[Alex Elmsley]], [[Max Maven]], [[Tommy Wonder]], [[Juan Tamariz]] and several other important innovators.
 
Among those publications are the works of [[Alex Elmsley]], [[Max Maven]], [[Tommy Wonder]], [[Juan Tamariz]] and several other important innovators.
  
Also, the company has published important historical books, like a translation of J.Prevost's "Clever and Pleasant Inventions", from 1584. A biography on [[Lulu Hearst]], the "magnetic girl" who became a star in the 1800s. The autobiography of [[Milo & Roger]].
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Also, the company has published important historical books, like a translation of [[Jean Prévost]]'s [[Clever and Pleasant Inventions: Part One]], from 1584. A biography on [[Lulu Hearst]], the "magnetic girl" who became a star in the 1800s. The autobiography of [[Milo & Roger]].
  
 
== External link ==
 
== External link ==
 
*[http://www.hermeticpress.com Hermetic Press]
 
*[http://www.hermeticpress.com Hermetic Press]
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* [http://hermeticforum.com/index.php Hermetic Press Fan Foum]
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Revision as of 11:54, 11 December 2011

Hermetic Press, a publishing company in Seattle founded in 1989 by Stephen Minch, specializes in magic technical literature.

Among those publications are the works of Alex Elmsley, Max Maven, Tommy Wonder, Juan Tamariz and several other important innovators.

Also, the company has published important historical books, like a translation of Jean Prévost's Clever and Pleasant Inventions: Part One, from 1584. A biography on Lulu Hearst, the "magnetic girl" who became a star in the 1800s. The autobiography of Milo & Roger.

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