The Jennings Letter

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'''The Jennings Letter''' was a proposed, but never issued, magazine by [[Richard Kaufman]] in 1993.
 
'''The Jennings Letter''' was a proposed, but never issued, magazine by [[Richard Kaufman]] in 1993.
  
The advertisement in January, 1993 issue of [[Magic]] stated it would be a 12 page monthly magazine, containing two or three Never-Before-Published [[Larry Jennings]] routines.
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The advertisement in the January, 1993 issue of [[Magic]] stated it would be a 12 page monthly magazine, containing two or three Never-Before-Published [[Larry Jennings]] routines.
  
 
It was to be limited to 500 subscribers and be published on special paper to discourage photocopying.  Issue No. 1 was slated for March 1993.
 
It was to be limited to 500 subscribers and be published on special paper to discourage photocopying.  Issue No. 1 was slated for March 1993.
  
However, as Kaufman explains within his Inner Workings column in the following issue of Magic (April 1993), he decided not to begin publishing The Jennings Letter (and would be refunded all money). He did not get close to the limited number of 500 subscribers in order to make the venture financially viable. He cited the reasons as too many magazines already on the market and realization that anything published in these letters would most likely be republished in the books that he was writing with Jennings.
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However, as Kaufman explains within his Inner Workings column in the following issue of Magic (April 1993), he decided not to begin publishing The Jennings Letter (and would be refunding all money). He did not get close to the limited number of 500 subscribers in order to make the venture financially viable. Kaufman cited the reasons as too many magazines already on the market and realization that anything published in these letters would most likely be republished in the books that he was writing with Jennings at the time.
  
He included Jennings' "Walking Man" routine in that month's Magic column as something that he would have put into the newsletter.
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He included Jennings' "Walking Man" routine in April 1993 Magic column as something that he would have put into the newsletter.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:10, 3 August 2011

The Jennings Letter
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PublisherRichard Kaufman
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The Jennings Letter was a proposed, but never issued, magazine by Richard Kaufman in 1993.

The advertisement in the January, 1993 issue of Magic stated it would be a 12 page monthly magazine, containing two or three Never-Before-Published Larry Jennings routines.

It was to be limited to 500 subscribers and be published on special paper to discourage photocopying. Issue No. 1 was slated for March 1993.

However, as Kaufman explains within his Inner Workings column in the following issue of Magic (April 1993), he decided not to begin publishing The Jennings Letter (and would be refunding all money). He did not get close to the limited number of 500 subscribers in order to make the venture financially viable. Kaufman cited the reasons as too many magazines already on the market and realization that anything published in these letters would most likely be republished in the books that he was writing with Jennings at the time.

He included Jennings' "Walking Man" routine in April 1993 Magic column as something that he would have put into the newsletter.

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