Magic in The New Yorker



"The Real Work" by Adam Gopnik in The New Yorker, Mar. 17, 2008

"On the plane, Swiss’s voice rises a touch: “You’ve got to—no, you’ve got to relax your wrist just then, you have to—you want it to look more casual. You’re making too much of the moment. The ace is no big deal. Don’t force it. Let it happen."

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Anonymous said...

Nice article... theoretical debates in the magic community has felt quite suppressed for many years.

Maybe the manic view (presented in this piece) is an improvement? At least it will stir debate of important issues.