surf fiction

Surf Fiction: The Natural

This week’s Surf Fiction comes from Ben Douglas of The Cachalot blog. That whole site consists of stories like this, brief little explorations of various aspects of surf life through the eyes of different narrators. This one is a sweet little walk down surf-memory lane, exploring the sometimes difficult territory of sharing the surf with…

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Jetty. Photo by brooks sterling

Surf Fiction: Jetties

By Jeff McElroy He remembers the bloated, pale body of the dead swimmer in the jetty, surges of sea animating his limbs like a stringless puppet. Crabs waltzed sideways. One crawled over his one open eye. The dead boy’s bespectacled mother scrambled over the rocks, toenails bleeding, one large breast flopped over her one-piece. Jimmy!…

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