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'''Jack Ketch Monthly''' was announced as a new magazine coming from [[Jack Ketch]] in the March 1963 issue of [[The New Phoenix]] (No.  378).
 
'''Jack Ketch Monthly''' was announced as a new magazine coming from [[Jack Ketch]] in the March 1963 issue of [[The New Phoenix]] (No.  378).
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It was distributed only to the 25 "[[Trick Brain Club]]" members. The first 23 members as of February 1971 were [[Lloyd E. Jones]], Jack Ketch, Bob Gunther, Sid Fleischman, Pete Biro, Gerald Kosky, Tan Hock Chaun, Aldini, Bob Rossi, [[Martin Gardner]], [[Milt Kort]], Mike Rogers, Jay Marshall, Larry Arcuri, Jerry Blount, Gen Grant, Don Tanner, Bascom Jones, Walter Graham, Glenn Gravatt, Jose Famadas, Teeny Long, and Earl Reum.
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A book compiled of all issues from 1970 and 1971 was self published and includes various illusions submitted by Club members, including "Wish but No Chops," "Flying Carpet," "A Curious Ace Vanish," and "The Incense Match".

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Jack Ketch Monthly
EditorsJack Ketch
FrequencyMonthly
PublisherLloyd Jones
First issue1970
Final issue1971

Jack Ketch Monthly was announced as a new magazine coming from Jack Ketch in the March 1963 issue of The New Phoenix (No. 378).

It was distributed only to the 25 "Trick Brain Club" members. The first 23 members as of February 1971 were Lloyd E. Jones, Jack Ketch, Bob Gunther, Sid Fleischman, Pete Biro, Gerald Kosky, Tan Hock Chaun, Aldini, Bob Rossi, Martin Gardner, Milt Kort, Mike Rogers, Jay Marshall, Larry Arcuri, Jerry Blount, Gen Grant, Don Tanner, Bascom Jones, Walter Graham, Glenn Gravatt, Jose Famadas, Teeny Long, and Earl Reum.

A book compiled of all issues from 1970 and 1971 was self published and includes various illusions submitted by Club members, including "Wish but No Chops," "Flying Carpet," "A Curious Ace Vanish," and "The Incense Match".