Volume 23 No. 6
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A reader-supported surf publication founded in 1992, The Surfer’s Journal is vivid, authoritative, and independent. The goal of each 132-page bimonthly edition? A completely resolved composition. Balance. Color. Story. And purist surf energy from Page One to close-of-book.
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In our December/January offering, we round out the 23rd volume of TSJ with a collection of profiles, spot checks, and backstories documenting the varied edges of our culture. Go into untapped Indo (where even B-Grade waves are stunners) with photographer Brad Masters, the deep heart of Australian slab surfing with 16-year-old tube hunter Russell Bierke, and 100 years into history in Virginia Beach, one of the East Coast’s most overlooked yet enduring surf citadels. Photographically, this issue also takes a look at the time-capsuled portfolio of 1960s Australian shooter Bob Weeks and the hyper-modern images of Surfing mag’s Jimmy Wilson. A pairing between George Greenough and Pink Floyd, a look at the home and career of documentarian (and surf filmmaker) Greg MacGillivray, the linocuts of artist Stan Squire, and the nefarious dealings of surfer/operator Mike Tabeling can also be found in between the folds.