Magic Perspectives is dedicated to publishing thought-provoking books about theatrical magic. Our books provide a rich tapestry of magic history, science and methods to inspire magicians to further their craft.
Magic is a gift of nature and magicians use the natural forces of physics, mathematics and psychology to create a contemporary parallel reality. Magic Perspectives publishes insightful books that investigate how the nature of magic and the magic of nature relate to each other.
The Box Goes-In-Da Box—A treatise on the Gozinta Boxes
The Gozinta Boxes by Lubor Fiedler is one of the quirkiest magic tricks in the conjuring repertoire.
This book describes how to design, build and perform the gozinta boxes. The book includes a Gozinta Boxes Construction Kit to help you create your own props, using nothing but construction paper, a knife, a ruler and some glue.
“There has NEVER been anything like this … until now! I’m in awe at the amount of detail and effort and quality!”—Mark Stevens.
The Jastrow Illusion in Magic—A treatise on the Boomerang Trick
The Boomerang Illusion is making a comeback! Many magicians think this minor mystery is only for children magicians. This book reveals the deeper secrets of this illusion and brings it into the twenty-first century.
“I learned quite a bit that was new and valuable to me”—Robert Neale.
“If you are interested in the Jastrow Illusion – you’re in for a treat”—Bill Trotter
Perspectives on Magic—Scientific Views on Theatrical Magic
Perspectives on Magic explores some of the questions that scholars from a wide range of fields of science have asked about theatrical magic. From psychologists to historians and from computer scientists to sociologists, they all are fascinated by theatrical magic.
“The extensive bibliography alone is worth the purchase“—George Parker.
“I encourage everyone who calls themselves a magician to pick up a copy of this book”—Bryce Kuhlman.