During a stop on the Thai Stick Book Tour, Peter Maguire, a co-author of Thai Stick along with Mike Ritter, spoke with Luke Hunt, The Diplomat’s Southeast Asia Correspondent. In this insightful interview, we learn about the shift from “the innocence
Journalist Casey Sanchez reviews Thai Stick: Surfers, Scammers, and the Untold Story of the Marijuana Trade for the Santa Fe New Mexican daily paper. Author Peter Maguire will appear at Collected Works Bookstore in Santa Fe in December for a
The Surfer’s Journal published a journal entry online earlier this month discussing the research and history behind Thai Stick: Surfers, Scammers, and the Untold Story of the Marijuana Trade. A version of the Thai Stick story will appear in The
Thai Stick co-authors Mike Ritter and Peter Maguire were interviewed for ABC Newsline Australia about the story behind the surfing and smuggling connection- how it all got started and how it evolved. Hear Mike’s first hand account of his own
Swellnet Australia is a website dedicated to surf reports and forecasts as well as surf photos, news, and videos. Stu Nettle is the editor of Swellnet and he wrote a review of Thai Stick which is currently featured as an
Peter Maguire did an interview with Shannyn Moore on her program Moore Reads… Listen to the entire interview here: http://bit.ly/19oc3Zl.
Here’s what Shannyn had to say about Thai Stick on Twitter:
Connect with Thai Stick on Twitter @ThaiStick and with Shannyn @shannynmoore. And
Thanks to artist Matt Howard and silk screener Sean Tully (at Forward Graphics) for the great effort. Everything was made in America, the shirts are American Apparel. They are $25 each.
Thai Stick author Peter Maguire was featured on the podcast, Waking from the American Dream, hosted by Kelly Carlin via SModcast.com. Peter talks to Kelly about the book, about growing up on the west coast in the 70’s, and recounts various stories
Thai Stick, the book
Thai Stick: Surfers, Scammers, and the Untold Story of the Marijuana Trade
by Wade Graham
They called themselves “scammers.” Many were surfers, Southern California kids in the 60s and 70s looking to avoid the draft or just extend