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The [[Magic Circle]] awarded Tucker the AIMC with silver star due to my achievements in the world of magic.
 
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Revision as of 12:44, 25 February 2012

Stephen Tucker
BornApril 22, 1958
England

CategoriesBooks by Stephen Tucker

Editor of Spell-Binder (1981-1984) and Chicanery (1986-1988) magazines.

Co-editor (with David Britland) of Talon (1978-1981)

Tucker had two one-man issues in Apocalypse.

He was the editor of the Pabular magazine for a number of years and the editor of the British Ring 25 of the I.B.M magazine, The Budget.

The Magic Circle awarded Tucker the AIMC with silver star due to my achievements in the world of magic.

Markedted Tricks

  • Omega (2005)


Books

  • Cardiac Pacemakers (1983)
  • The Gemini Book of Close-up Magik (1983)
  • 33 Cardinal Sins (1984)
  • Cardiac Stimulation (1984)
  • Cardiac Arrest (1984)
  • Thought Waves (1986)
  • Card-Bored (1992)

References