Issue No. 30.5 includes:
- Pete Geall on connectivity and it's effect on overcrowding in Cornwall
- Chris Klopf heads to the Dominican Republic camera in hand
- Richard Marsh interviewed by Paul Evans
- Big wave charger and pioneering female surfer Andrea Moller
- The adventures and misses of windsurf explorer Arnaud de Rosnay exposed by Phil Jarratt
- A portfolio of photographer & film maker Bryce Lowe-White
- Exploring the surf connection in the paintings of 19th Century Expressionist August Strindberg
- A high speed swell chase up the East Coast of Africa with Mikey February and Alan van Gysen
- Christian Beamish finds Jeff Hull and comrades building boats and boards in Santa Barbara
- Andrew Crockett on Ron Perrott's documentation of early Autralian surf culture
....plus all the usual and unusual stuff we love from TSJ.
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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.