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A quarterly magic magazine written and edited by [[Richard Kaufman]], [[Stephen Hobbs]], and [[Jon Racherbaumer]], published by Richard Kaufman. Four issues were released between early 1996 and the end of 1998 before the magazine ceased publication because of Kaufman's duties as editor and publisher of the newly-purchased [[Genii]]. '''The Looking Glass''' contained new and novel close-up magic of the kind that elevated [[Richard's Almanac]] more than a decade earlier, as well as reviews and discussions on books, videos and marketed tricks of the day.
 
A quarterly magic magazine written and edited by [[Richard Kaufman]], [[Stephen Hobbs]], and [[Jon Racherbaumer]], published by Richard Kaufman. Four issues were released between early 1996 and the end of 1998 before the magazine ceased publication because of Kaufman's duties as editor and publisher of the newly-purchased [[Genii]]. '''The Looking Glass''' contained new and novel close-up magic of the kind that elevated [[Richard's Almanac]] more than a decade earlier, as well as reviews and discussions on books, videos and marketed tricks of the day.
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Kaufman promised (in the magazine) never to reprint it in book form.
  
 
==Issue #1: Winter, 1996==
 
==Issue #1: Winter, 1996==

Revision as of 08:54, 13 May 2011

Looking Glass
LookingGlassWinter96.jpg
EditorsRichard Kaufman, Stephen Hobbs, and Jon Racherbaumer
Frequencyquarterly
PublisherRichard Kaufman
First issueWinter, 1996
Final issueWinter 1998
LanguageEnglish
Total issues4

A quarterly magic magazine written and edited by Richard Kaufman, Stephen Hobbs, and Jon Racherbaumer, published by Richard Kaufman. Four issues were released between early 1996 and the end of 1998 before the magazine ceased publication because of Kaufman's duties as editor and publisher of the newly-purchased Genii. The Looking Glass contained new and novel close-up magic of the kind that elevated Richard's Almanac more than a decade earlier, as well as reviews and discussions on books, videos and marketed tricks of the day.


Kaufman promised (in the magazine) never to reprint it in book form.

Contents

Issue #1: Winter, 1996

Issue #2: Spring, 1996

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Issue #3: Summer, 1996

LookingGlassSummer96.jpg

Issue #4: Winter, 1998

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Note: Issue 4 was produced by Kaufman and Racherbaumer without the participation of Hobbs, who had moved to the northwest and no longer had time to contribute.

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