It’s the small things that leave the biggest impression. My mentor, Eugene Burger’s passing prompted an inspired outpouring of tributes from magicians around the world. They were eager to say what a profound impact he made on them. It’s no surprise. He was an unusual gentleman who did things like ask a spectator if he could put a hat on their head before doing so and give a volunteer a tissue after leaving ashes on their palm. In his magic and in life, Eugene understood the value of small things. Just having started working as a magician full-time a decade ago, I was knocked over when I discovered Eugene’s audio book Growing in the Art of Magic. Most magic literature[…]