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[[Precursor]] ''A Magazine of Innovation'' was a [[Magic Periodical]] edited by  
 
[[Precursor]] ''A Magazine of Innovation'' was a [[Magic Periodical]] edited by  
 
[[Bill Miesel]] with [[Ed Eckle]] that came out three times a year. Devoted mainly to card magic and close-up as a means to introduce experimental ideas, it started with it's first issue dated June, 1983. It lasted for 13 years with 100 issues.
 
[[Bill Miesel]] with [[Ed Eckle]] that came out three times a year. Devoted mainly to card magic and close-up as a means to introduce experimental ideas, it started with it's first issue dated June, 1983. It lasted for 13 years with 100 issues.
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Four "Special Issues" were published: October 1983, November 1986, April 1988, and April 1993.
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At the 2002 [[FFFF]], Ed Eckle and Bill Miesel receive plaques for the work they did on the Precursor.
 
At the 2002 [[FFFF]], Ed Eckle and Bill Miesel receive plaques for the work they did on the Precursor.
 
[[Category:Periodicals]]
 
[[Category:Periodicals]]
 
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Revision as of 12:22, 23 February 2009

Precursor A Magazine of Innovation was a Magic Periodical edited by Bill Miesel with Ed Eckle that came out three times a year. Devoted mainly to card magic and close-up as a means to introduce experimental ideas, it started with it's first issue dated June, 1983. It lasted for 13 years with 100 issues.

Four "Special Issues" were published: October 1983, November 1986, April 1988, and April 1993.


At the 2002 FFFF, Ed Eckle and Bill Miesel receive plaques for the work they did on the Precursor.