For EyeCorner Press, I’ve published Todd Landman’s edited collection of essays on magic. Here’s the editorial description of this wonderful treat:
“This collection of essays has been written by magicians who really care about magic. Having discovered magic at a young age, they have allowed it to mature alongside their intellectual and practical formation. They contemplate different dimensions of magic and how they relate to it. Their stories and reflections reveal remarkable similarities in the themes that they address: Magic as power. Magic as escape. Magic as protection. Magic as play. Magic as medium. Magic as unknowable. Magic as symbol. Magic as language. Magic as incomplete. The book will touch anyone who has imagined a magical world and who has a sense of wonder, either as a child or as an adult. Broad in its approach, specific in its intent, The Magiculum offers much to contemplate.”
The book also offers quite an array of insights into the cards, so it has a broad appeal. It’s full of surprises, wisdom, and fixtures.
Available from ALL AMAZON channels. Here’s the US link. Enjoy!