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The Best of Surfer Magazine

Edited by Chris Mauro,and Steve Hawk,Foreword by Dave Parmenter

6 x 9 in; 224 pp;
25 full-color photographs
Hardcover
June 2007
ISBN 9780811858168
ISBN10 0811858162

SKU# 9780811858168

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Since 1960, Surfer magazine has been chronicling a pastime that confounds description. Now for the first time, Surfer has collected its eclectic array of surf journalism into one volume, from dyspeptic editorials and gnarly travel pieces to...
The Best of Surfer Magazine


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The Best of Surfer Magazine

Since 1960, Surfer magazine has been chronicling a pastime that confounds description. Now for the first time, Surfer has collected its eclectic array of surf journalism into one volume, from dyspeptic editorials and gnarly travel pieces to great fiction and humor writing. Each piece is introduced by the editors and accompanied by the full-color cover of the Surfer issue in which the article first appeared. With the top names of surf journalism, this authoritative volume defines almost fifty years of Surfer styleand substance.

 

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6 x 9 in; 224 pp;
25 full-color photographs
Hardcover
June 2007
ISBN 9780811858168
ISBN10 0811858162
Chris Mauro was a professional surfer before becoming editor of Surfer. He lives in Southern California.

Steve Hawk is the former editor of Surfer and the author of Waves. He lives near Half Moon Bay, California.

Dave Parmenter's work has appeared in Surfer, Surfing, and Surfer's Journal. He lives in California and Makaha, Hawai'i.

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The Surfer's Bible

The Surfer's Bible

10/11/11| dan devine
It was called "The Surfer's Bible"
in the early days when it was pretty
much the only publication dealing
with the sport-lifestyle of the rare
breed of surfers of the day.
And "rare birds" was putting it
nicely as those were the days of
a clan of sorts that roamed the
planet to discover unknown places
to practice "The Sport of Kings"
The story's are many.... from
International Jewel Thief's to credit card scammers....
Sugar Barons and drug smugglers,
and everything in between.....
Back in the day Surfers truly
were exploring everything and
every angle possible..... now
a days its become a Billion Dollar industry.... who da thunk?
Dan Devine / Hawaii