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}}'''Michael Perovich''' (b. 1946), a retired civil engineer and amateur magician in Los Angeles, is an active member of the [[Academy of Magical Arts]] and a frequent visitor of the [[Magic Castle]].
  
Perovich was the person whom started referring [[Bruce Cervon]]'s notebooks as the "Castle Notes". He used to keep notes too, which he discusses in the  forward he wrote for the [[Castle Notebooks]] Vol 1 (2007)
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== Biography ==
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Perovich has been a columnist for [[M-U-M]] magazine and has published articles in Ye Olde Magic Mag, as well as an article on [[J. Warren Keane]] in [[Magic Magazine]].{{Youtube|hbYrXNkQG_E}}
  
Some of his own routines were published in [[Genii]].
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His own routines have been published in [[Genii]], [[Talisman]], and [[The Ganson Book]].  
  
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Perovich, a friend of [[Bruce Cervon]]'s, provided introductions to [[Bruce Cervon Hard-Boiled Mysteries]] (1998) and the [[Castle Notebooks]] Vol 1 (2007).
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Perovich is author of The Vernon Companion (2014).
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He is an active member of SoCal Sodality (a small invitation only group of Southern California magic enthusiasts}, [[Los Magicos]], Wizards West, [[FISM]], [[The Magic Circle]], and [[The Society of American Magicians]].
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Latest revision as of 07:52, 20 October 2019

Mike Perovich
BornMichael Anthony Perovich
1946

Michael Perovich (b. 1946), a retired civil engineer and amateur magician in Los Angeles, is an active member of the Academy of Magical Arts and a frequent visitor of the Magic Castle.

Biography

Perovich has been a columnist for M-U-M magazine and has published articles in Ye Olde Magic Mag, as well as an article on J. Warren Keane in Magic Magazine.

His own routines have been published in Genii, Talisman, and The Ganson Book.

Perovich, a friend of Bruce Cervon's, provided introductions to Bruce Cervon Hard-Boiled Mysteries (1998) and the Castle Notebooks Vol 1 (2007).

Perovich is author of The Vernon Companion (2014).

He is an active member of SoCal Sodality (a small invitation only group of Southern California magic enthusiasts}, Los Magicos, Wizards West, FISM, The Magic Circle, and The Society of American Magicians.

References


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