The Surfer's Journal Volume 29 No. 1

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Issue No. 29.1 includes:
- Beach Grit legend Chas Smith ponders the death of the surf movie
- An interview with controversial documentary maker Michael Oblowitz of Sea of Darkness and Heavy Water fame
- A rare trip for two gringos into the treacherous waters of Sinaloa, Mexico
- Daniel Crockett on Finisterre frontman and RNLI lifeboatman Tom Kay
- Our other favourite writer Jamie Brisick on Texan export, photographer Jimmy Metyko
- The Rob Machado biopic unravels in an Indonesia jungle
- Greg Long, Pete Geall & Al Mackinnon scour an unnamed remote corner of the Eastern Atlantic for point breaks
- Portraiture by Stephan Vanfleteren
- A photo portfolio from Trevor Moran featuring John John, Balaram Stack, Stephanie Gilmore & more all the usual and unusual stuff we love from TSJ.

126 pages.

The Surfer's Journal are a 1% for the Planet member, and have pledged to give one percent of all their sales to grassroots environmental organisations.

In the world of surf journalism TSJ needs no introduction. For almost 30 years The Surfer's Journal has been putting out six issues of literary writing and epic photography annually. Capturing both the current global state of surfing and surf history in long form articles, TSJ avoids the pitfalls of throw away journalism and the mags full of ads and advertorial which led to the maxim "print is dead". We only stock magazines which have us itching to read every word of every issue and The Surfer's Journal epitomises that notion.

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