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Friday
Jan092009

MNW #78 :: JIM STEINMEYER

Magic creator, consultant, historian and author Jim Steinmeyer is our guest on this episode of the Magic Newswire podcast. In addition to talking about his magical youth, Jim shares his experiences working with some of the biggest names in magic. Doug Henning, David Copperfield, Lance Burton and Siegfried & Roy are just a few of the professional performers who have all turned to Jim for assistance over the years. In addition to writing a new work on Thurston and completing an oversized book on the history of magic with Mike Caveney, Jim is acting as the magic consultant for the new Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus tour "Zing Zang Zoom." This is the first of a two part interview. Both parts are posted below.





 LISTEN TO PART ONE OF MY INTERVIEW WITH JIM STEINMEYER :

 LISTEN TO PART TWO OF MY INTERVIEW WITH JIM STEINMEYER :

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I´m not being able to download the interview in mp3. Could it be fixed please? Thank you!

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