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Volume 7, Hardbound
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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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Compiling Year Seven’s issues into a 528-page hardcover book
Highlights: Portfolio: “Sometimes a Fantasy” by Warren Bolster; “Johnny Fain of Malibu” by Denny Aaberg; Portfolio: “7 New Eyes,” young Aussie photographers; “Photo: Grannis” by Brad Barrett; “Custodians of the Point,” The Story of Lagundi Bay, Nias, by Kevin Lovett; “One Hand Clapping” by Gerry Lopez; “In Harm’s Way,” The Outer Banks of North Carolina by Katherine Jackson; Profile: “Animal Tracks, ”Nat Young at 50 by Drew Kampion; “Jungle Nights…and Other G-Land Stories” by Gerald Saunders; “Bud Browne’s Cavalcade of Surf” by Gordon McClelland; “Mr. Clean“: Randy Rarick profile by Bruce Jenkins; “Capers in the Key of ‘T’“ Trestles memoirs by Steve Pezman; “Rough Cut: Surfing on Film” by Matt Warshaw; Mainland Mexico: “In Search of the Secret Point” by Randy Dibble; “The Last Chapter: ‘Tarzan’ Smith” by Malcom Gault-Williams and Gary Lynch; George Greenough Scrapbook, “Moving Forward,” by Paul Gross.