I'M SORRY I DON'T DO WINDSURFING! I am the sub-editor and editorial assistant for Carve and SurfGirl magazines, based in the UK. I can answer questions about all aspects of surfing: equipment, travel, history, culture, locations in the UK, the pro tour, training for surfing, technique, women`s surfing, forecasting, surf media and so on.
I am the sub-editor and editorial assistant for Carve and SurfGirl surfing magazines, based in the UK. I have been surfing for 12 years in Wales and Cornwall. I have also travelled to Australia and various European locations to surf. CAN'T DO WINDSURFING QUESTIONS, SORRY!
Carve and SurfGirl magazines
15 A grades, BA and MA in English Literature.
Everything about the ocean
Want to travel more and write for lots of different publications.
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