Antinomy Magazine 10 – Book
There are four issues per year, with 40 to 48 pages per issue, each in an oversized format designed to enhance your learning experience by more easily lying flat when open. Each issue will include commentary and conjuring from some of the sharpest minds on the magic scene. Antinomy is looking to set a new standard in quality for this kind of publication.
In The Artful Ledger, Jon Racherbaumer explores blindness, forgetfulness, and other discrepencies in "Shadowy Shills and Shady Zones."
Stephen Bargatze makes a kid a winner but still comes out on top in "I Hate Kids."
Jason Dean convinces us in a different way with "A Non-Convincing Control."
Donny Orbit offers a Joker who has the last laugh in "Jokes On You."
Bill Citino offers a three-for-three coin transposition with "Trading Places."
Christopher Williams sets his sights on some visitors in "The Sightseer."
Jeremiah Xiufu Zuo sandwiches a sandwich in "Sandwich For Two."
In the latest edition of The Honest Liar, Jamy Ian Swiss offers insight into the work of Howard Flint in "Lasting Lessons."