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Greetings, friends! Again it's time/To weave magicians into rhyme.

What was the URL for Claudia Schiffer again?

May 1998

It's late May here and the only really new info at this site is the updated links. Check them out. I'm keeping the Brett Daniels photo for another month because I understand the show is just getting better and better. Meanwhile, the current couple of issues of Genii feature my notes on Brett's show. If you've been putting off that trip to Graceland (another "show" I witnessed last year and greatly enjoyed), now is the time to visit Memphis. Brett's show is just over the state line from there.

Neat stuff we've encountered since last month: Chazpro's magnetic spirit slates are very nicely made. Better yet, they take chalk well, so even the nonmagnetic versions are worth your time if you're into receiving spirit messages. Some of my own efforts as well as some great stuff by Mike Rogers, Jon Racherbaumer, Paul Cummins and others are appearing weekly on Joe Stevens' Greater Magic Network (Gemini) web site. Joe asks a small stipend to join, but he gives it back to you in genuine deals. Amy does a cool job of keeping things interesting, as do guys like Pete Biro and Rudy Coby who participate, not merely lurk, in the daily chitchat.

Little Egypt Magic is the erratically updated web site of Steve Bryant, spawned (the site, not Steve) by a former internet magazine known as The Little Egypt Gazette/for magicians only.

Steve Bryant is an obscure magician and writer who generates this site from a computer in Bloomington, Indiana. He frequently journeys to and performs magic in Little Egypt, the local name for extreme southern Illinois, where the towns bear such names as Cairo, Thebes, and Karnak.

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