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  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3 - REBEL FIN CO.
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The Surfer's Journal

THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.3

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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.

What is happening in edition 31.3?

THE CLOUDS CONCEAL THE VOLCANO
In the early 1980s, Dane Kealoha seemed destined to become Hawaii’s first pro-tour champion. The system had other plans.

ON THE BUBBLE
String theory, dark matter, and observational data on wave energy and tube exit strategies.

PORTFOLIO: RICHARD FREEMAN
From high-fashion to surf-concept shoots, photographer Richard Freeman always has the flash charged.

GOLDEN HANDCUFFS
While a tragic virus sweeps the planet, a Spanish couple finds themselves marooned off the Sumatran coast. There were waves—and a takeaway of humble appreciation.

TOUCHING THE MONOLITH
Notes on mindfully selected tools with master shapers, from the block planer to the hot wire to the CAD file.

INLETS OF THE MIND
Set waves, pop-culture references, and defiant riddles are essential ingredients in the work of Cocoa Beach artist Bruce Reynolds.

PRETTY TO THINK SO
At Zarautz, professional surfing hoisted the freak flag. Few remember the waves. Few have forgotten the mayhem.

ESSAY: IF A WAVE BREAKS IN THE WOODS
Was it really better yesterday if there was no one there to surf it?

BACKSLIDING
Further refinements from those who think long—with Alex Knost, Nick Melanson, Jared Mell, and Karina Rozunko.

INTERVIEW: PORTALS TO THE SEA
Discussing dreaming in waves—sonic and oceanic—with Interpol frontman Paul Banks.

UNDERCURRENTS
Nineteenth century surf art made by criminals, the gestalt of the late Marty Sugarman, Aussie fauna in Indo with Koby Abberton, and other snacks and grazings.

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.


The magazine is in Englisch