Magic - Publications

Publications

  • Magic (Asimov), a 1996 story collection by Isaac Asimov
  • Magick (Book 4), a book by Aleister Crowley
  • Magic (magazine), a magazine for magicians
  • Magic (music magazine)
  • Magic (novel), a 1976 novel by William Goldman
  • Magyk, a 2005 fantasy novel by Angie Sage
  • The Magic Comic, a short lived comic first published by DC Thomson in 1939

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John Walvoord - Selected Publications
... the Prophetic Scriptures, Kregel Publications (1998), ISBN 0-8254-3971-X Every Prophecy of the Bible, Cook Communications (1999), ISBN 1-56476-758-2 The Church in Prophecy Exploring God's Purpose for the ... Price) Kregel Publications (1999), ISBN 0-8254-3552-8 Major Bible Prophecies, Zondervan Corp ... (2001), ISBN 0-89957-361-4 Prophecy in the New Millennium, Kregel Publications (2001), ISBN 80-254-3967-1 ...
The College Of New Jersey - Campus Life - Publications
... in the General Excellence category (the highest category) for collegiate news publications at the New Jersey Press Association awards ... The Seal is TCNJ's yearbook, which has been in publication since 1911 ... TCNJ Magazine is another publication, covering both current campus life and alumni affairs ...
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... (Main newspaper) The Battalion (Texas A M) The Press Insite Magazine (Local magazine - monthly publication) ...
Online Newspaper - Online-only Newspapers
... even print media is turning to online only publication ... attempts to establish local, regional or national online-only newspapers - publications that do original reporting, rather than just commentary or summaries of ... In the US, technology news websites such as CNET, TechCrunch, and ZDNet started as web publications and enjoy comparable readership to the conventional newspapers ...

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