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[[Magical Criticisms]] was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] published by [[Hugh Mackay]] (of Scotland) under the pseudonym Sirius from 1921-1922, offering critiques of then current periodicals (and later books and effects). [[File:MagicalCritisms.jpg|right|thumb]]
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[[Magical Criticisms]] was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] published by [[Hugh Mackay]] (of Scotland) under the pseudonym Sirius from 1921-1922. It offered critiques of then current periodicals (and later books and effects) "containing the unbiased opinion of one who is in no way connected with the trade side of Magic."
  
 
== Issues ==
 
== Issues ==

Revision as of 14:06, 30 June 2010

Magical Criticisms
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EditorsHugh Mackay
Frequencyquarterly
CountryScotland
Total issues5
Magical Criticisms was a quarterly Magic Periodical published by Hugh Mackay (of Scotland) under the pseudonym Sirius from 1921-1922. It offered critiques of then current periodicals (and later books and effects) "containing the unbiased opinion of one who is in no way connected with the trade side of Magic."

Issues

  • October 1921 (Volume 1, No. 1)
  • December 1921
  • February 1921
  • April 1921
  • October 1922 (Volume 2, No. 1)

Mackay issued two subsequent periodicals under the same title in 1942, though apparently quite different from the original magazine.

References

  • MUM, November 1962, page 325
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