MAGIGRAM magazine ran from 1966 to 1995. It was printed by SUPREME MAGIC CO. and edited with superb ability by Ken de Courcy.
The collaborators were the best ever, just to name a few: Ken de Courcy, Edwin, Ian Adair, Peter Warlock, Max Maven, Lewis Ganson, Maurice Fogel, Arthur Carter, George Blake, David Britland, Pavel, George Johnstone, Billy McComb and a certain Aldo Colombini (I had a column for over 20 years on card magic written by Lewis Ganson).
LAZY MAN'S AMBITIOUS CARD (Arthur Carter): A spectator picks a card and this selection keeps appearing on the top of the deck. Some clever and original moves are displayed for this classic!
ANOTHER FORECAST (David Britland): A selected card from a red-backed deck, matches a blue-backed card that you show at the beginning of the routine!
TWO OF A KIND (I: Rowland): A spectator cuts the deck himself and finds a card. You have predicted that card with a jumbo card!
FIGURED FIGURES (Someeran): You show some cards with different numbers on both sides printed in red and blue. The spectator can arrange the cards in any way he likes. You divine the correct total of the digits uppermost!
WRONG NUMBER (Someeran): A unique and very entertaining way of revealing three selected cards using three cut-out figures from pieces of paper!
FOUR ACE ASSEMBLY (C. T. Tadman): A jumbo card is shown and placed face down on the table. The four Aces from a deck are caused to pass singly under the Jumbo!
MIRAGE (David Britland): A very entertaining way to reveal a freely selected card with some comedy by-play with the spectator!
COLOR CHOICE (John Yeager): You show a piece of cardboard with three colored circles (say yellow, red and blue). A spectator selects a color and you show by your prediction that you already knew the chosen color. New method!
TRANSPO IN RED AND BLUE (Aldo Colombini): A four-phase routine using four red cards with red backs and four black cards with blue backs. Color separation, follow the leader, oil and water, and more!
PARANORMAL PERCEPTION (Francis Haxton): A stunning way to reveal a selected card. The spectator himself finds it!