We are considering launching a magic podcast with an emphasis on some of the older magicians who can provide a narrative history of our wonderful art. From our review of the current world of magic podcasts, it appears the topic of young and innovative magicians is covered.
We find great joy in hearing stories of those that worked the same roads and rooms (and roads and rooms no longer in existence) and imagine podcast audiences will feel the same way.
When we say older magicians, we don’t mean old in age but in experience. If you are aware of or are a magician with a great story, we’d love to talk to you. No need to come to our posh studio apartment on top of the dog food store in West Hollywood. We can set up a Skype session or even use the telephone to talk.
Send your nominations to email@example.com and let’s set it up. It would be helpful to give us a little of your background and then our research staff will dig to create questions designed to let you tell your story.
The podcast will not just be for magicians, but everyone in the variety arts — including agents and managers.
Send us your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get right back to you.
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