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The Surfer's Journal

THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 32.6

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More book than magazine. A reader-supported surf publication founded in 1992, The Surfer’s Journal is a vivid, authoritative, and independent document that delivers purist surf energy in each bimonthly edition.

Issue 32.6. features:

On the cover: Eurico Romaguera, redirecting his 9'9" Gato Heroi “Killer” off the top of a Moroccan runner. “The cat does not offer services,” wrote William S. Burroughs, a former Tangier International Zone denizen. “The cat offers itself.” Photograph by Simon Fitz.

Further down the line, we check in with an alt-shaper designing in the extremes, view the work of a ’70s photo duo, critique a modern French impressionist logger, swot how a shaper and surfer are reinvigorating a bypassed theory, cruise with a zeitgeist surf auteur, survey an absolutely no-go Pacific island, and more.

ESSAY: SURFING IS A JOKE
How the standard session mirrors the structure of a stand-up comedy set.

INTERVIEW: HOW TO REDUCE YOUR SHARK RISK TO ZERO
Experienced shark researchers Scot Anderson and Paul Kanive on the known and unknown about the ocean’s apex predator.

SUPER MAGIC
Corey Colapinto’s circuitous path through surfing’s past, present, and future.

ISLAND STYLE
In the mid-’70s, Bernie Baker and Leonard Brady photographically tag-teamed Oahu, leveraging their hustle, their contacts, and their smarts. The resultant file still speaks for itself.

THE STEADY (R)EVOLUTION OF KAI NEVILLE
The multiple phases and phosphoric energy of one of the last in the lineage of the late, great surf filmmakers.

I DON’T PAINT BLONDES
Searching for pastel beauty beyond the darkness with Pandora Decoster.

THE VEE
How a fluke glass job and an Australian doctor and surfer named Nick Vitko helped Bob McTavish find new life in his famous 1967 design.

PORTFOLIO: QUINN MATTHEWS
The supernatural present of a surf shooting prodigy.

THE FORBIDDEN ISLAND
How a chance encounter on Kaua‘i—and a quiet session at Hanalei—opened a window into the island of Ni‘ihau’s isolated and obscure surf culture.

UNDERCURRENTS
England’s pub-dwelling first surfboard, Byron Bay as Neverland, being hungover in Morocco, the defenders of Ni’ihau, and more.

The magazine is in English