The Surfer's Journal Volume 30 No. 2
Issue No. 30.2 includes:
- A lesson in humbleness from the Ventura County coast by Terrence Martin
- Jamie Brisick interviews literary giant Paul Theroux
- Surfing a disused prison island off the Mexican Coast with Scott Hulet
- The photography of Slim Arons
- Michael Adno explores Joel Tudor's Duct Tape Invitational series
- The surrealist paintings of Australian surfer Joel Rea
- The pivotal tale of Sam Hawk's move from Orange County to the North Shore of Oahu at the birth of the shortboard revolution
- A brief history of big wave surfing at South Africa's Sunset Reef
- An excerpt from Paul Theroux's latest novel
....plus all the usual and unusual stuff we love from TSJ.
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ABOUT THE SURFER'S JOURNAL
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.