Tag archive for surf writing

In Conversation with Matt Warshaw

Demi Taylor in conversation with Matt Warshaw, the world’s most knowledgable surf historian for Wavelength Magazine.  We talk bloody knees, Shane Dorian’s testicles, debunking myths and the importance of preserving surfing’s stories with surf culture’s apex gate keeper and founder of Encyclopedia of Surfing.   Why do you…

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Cold Water Souls

 Cold Water Souls: In Search of Surfing’s Cold Water Pioneers Chris Nelson Chris Nelson grew up surfing the frigid reefs of England’s northeast coast, where Arctic swells are groomed into reeling lefts and winter water temperatures regularly dip below 5 degrees. Cold Water Souls is…

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Surfing The World

Surfing the World Chris Nelson & Demi Taylor   A dream tour around the planet’s best 80 waves… Yeah, you got us… we know the notion of the best of anything is a subjective one and while there can never be one definitive list of the best…

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Welcome to Saltburn-by-Sea

Chris Nelson on surfing in the North East for Wavelength Magazine Continues: To carry on reading head to Wavelength Magazine  First published in Wavelength Magazine.    

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Surfing Europe

Surfing Europe  Chris Nelson & Demi Taylor This is the one that set the hook, the one we left the 9-5 of desk jobs for. We spent a year on the road surfing, charting, researching and exploring the coastline of Europe – finding out all…

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