We are leading off today’s Magic Bulletin with a story from KUMV 8 (the Williston, North Dakota NBC affiliate) on magician Jeff Quinn, who visited some of the young patients at Sanford Health for therapy.
Steve Spill’s I Lie For Money is still available for $1.99 as a Kindle download on Amazon. We thought it was a Kindle Deal of the Day, so we do not know when this special prize will end. Remember, even if you do not have a Kindle, you can get free Kindle software for PC and Mac computers, iPhones, iPads and Android devices!
The Escapist, a site dedicated to pop culture and tech, has a review of Monday’s Fool Us that breaks off into an interesting discussion on magic ethics sparked by P&T’s bullet catch. Check it out on their website.
Speaking of Fool Us, BC Local News says that in addition to his appearance on America’s Got Talent last night Wes Barker will be in front of Penn and Teller soon. Wonder if he will stay clothed?
Finally, The Muskogee Phoenix ran a story about magician Michael Corley’s appearance at a local library where he helped kids find their own superpowers (superheroes are the theme of the year for most library summer reading programs). It is a cool article because it really focused on the kids.