Today, as well as it being Halloween, it is National Magic Day in the U.S.. This is in honour of Harry Houdini, the world-famous illusionist and stunt performer, who died on this day in 1926. To mark National Magic Day we have put together a list of weird and wonderful magic titles.
- Journal for the academic study of magic.
- Maddock’s magic searchlight.
- Goodliffe’s magic monthly / Goodliffe, magician.
- Magic May.
- Spell binder : monthly magazine of micro magic.
- Magic for the millions : a magic periodical containing nearly 250 illustrated secret tricks on Hindu magic, handcuff tricks, juggling, parlor tricks, ventriloquism, magnetism, paper tricks, etc., etc. : the secrets herein are worth at least $25.00.
- Demon telegraph.
- The escape wizard.
- Llewellyn’s … witches’ spell-a-day almanac : holiday & lore, spells & recipes, rituals & meditations.
- The wizard : an illustrated monthly journal for conjurers, concert artistes, and all entertainers.
- The magic key : a magazine devoted to the mystic art.
- Bill Goldman’s magic bar & grill.
- Impromptu thrixter.
- Psychic fakery.
- Tommy Windsor’s dope sheet. – “The official organ of the deceptive order of prestidigitorial entertainers.”
- Ghosts : a magazine of romance and reason.
- Phosphor : a surrealist luminescence.
- MUM : magic, unity, might.
- The Paranormal misadventures of Zombie Dave.
- The Conjuror’s magazine, or, Magical and physiognomical mirror : including Lavater’s Essays on physiognomy.
- The star of truth / composed by spirits.
- A.W.S. : the official organ of the Associated Wizards of the South.
For more magical journal titles and other weird and wonderful serials take a look at the new-look SUNCAT.
October 31, 2013 Weird titles Add comments