Spectacle is the title of a book that was supposed to be the sixth in the The New York Magic Symposium series of books. These books were released around various New York Magic Symposium conventions.
The conventions ended, however, and the sixth book, for which material had been collected and written by Stephen Minch, was never published. Convention producer Adam Fleischer eventually sold the manuscript to L&L Publishing, who stripped away all references to the convention and released the book as Spectacle.
In this book, Stephen Minch introduces the term "asymmetric transposition" with a Bill Goodwin's effect entitled A Case of Mistaken Identity.
Reviewed in Genii 1991 July
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