Kaufman and Greenberg
Kaufman self-published his first two modest books, then sought a partner for the financing required to publish larger books. Greenberg, also a highly-respected amateur magician, brought the financing that Kaufman required and the company Kaufman and Greenberg was born. For the next 20 years it published many of the most highly-respected books in the field, capturing the sleight-of-hand methods and magic from many of the world's top magicians in printed form.
Books published included:
- CardMagic (by Richard Kaufman in 1979)
- The Complete Works of Derek Dingle (by Richard Kaufman in 1982)
- CoinMagic (by Richard Kaufman in 1981)
- David Roth's Expert Coin Magic (by Richard Kaufman in 1985)
- Sankey Panky (by Richard Kaufman in 1986)
- The Uncanny Scot: Ron Wilson (by Richard Kaufman in 1987)
- New Magic of Japan (by Richard Kaufman and Phil Goldstein in 1988)
- Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table (by Darwin Ortiz in 1988)
- Sawa's Library of Magic, volume one (by Richard Kaufman in 1988)
- Secrets of Brother John Hamman (by Richard Kaufman in 1989)
- Five Times Five: Japan (by Richard Kaufman in 1992)
For a list of books published by Kaufman and Greenberg on MagicPedia, see Category:Books published by Kaufman and Greenberg.