It cost Aaron Fisher a pound-sized bag of Reese’s Pieces to learn the glide. But his math teacher gave him a much better lesson in magic.
Over the last almost 20 years, Fisher has been developing and performing some of the most incredible, finessed and visual card magic on the planet. The author of “The Paper Engine” sat down and chatted about his new video, Search & Destroy featuring the Nowhere Pass. He also talked about why it’s important to dive into books, what exactly goes on at those “brick and mortar” magic shops, how the myth of S.W. Erdnase can help your magic, what Adam Grace didn’t do recently for his birthday and how — and why — he faced down a much bigger kid during summer camp.
Enjoy the latest edition of the Ellusionist Interview, featuring Aaron Fisher. Fasten your seat belts for this podcast. It’s a little longer, but so worth it.
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