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Monday
Jul072008

MAGIC NEWSWIRE :: JAMY IAN SWISS

The New Yorker recently connected with an individual that they identify as "the most feared intellectual in the world of magic," Jamy Ian Swiss. Read "The Real Work" abstract from the New Yorker HERE. In the second part of his interview on MagicNewswire.com, Jamy mentions a controversial article that he published in Antimony #9 entitled "In Search of Street Magic." READ IT HERE Then listen to our conversation with Jamy.

PART ONE OF THE JAMY IAN SWISS INTERVIEW :




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PART TWO OF THE JAMY IAN SWISS INTERVIEW :




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