Winding Up

To summarize, this is one more tool for you to add uniqueness to yourself as a performing magician. It lets them know that you are original and it may sometime benefit you in booking shows.

If you can't think of anything at all with your name, you have three options.

(1) Change your name to a well known fictional character. I advised David Copper field to do this in 1862. His first response was, "The dickens you say." I eventually convinced him . Now there's a classic book written about him and he's doing twice as many birthday party shows as in "62.

(2) Lacking anything else, you can change your name to one that sounds like one of the magicians in your area who is using the advice in this issue. He will be using all of these clever gags to engrave his name on the spectators' memory. Only later will he realize that you have changed your name to his and that your name resides immediately above his in the yellow pages.

(3) Change your last name so that it starts with an "A" and you are the first magician listed in the yellow pages.

Yours in name only,

Steve Beam aka: David A. Copperfield

Steve Fox - The Foxey One

Steve Furst

Steve AA

Steve Goshman

Steve Kaiser

Harry Lorrayne

Ed Marlokowski

Dai Vernon

Billy McCoirb

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