Bug Out Bag: The Commodification of American Fear is a photographic journey into America’s obsession with guns, prepping, and the Apocalypse. Throughout the book you will meet 13 preppers from all over the United States and go inside their Bug Out Bags, which they keep at the ready to survive the first 72 hours of a disaster. The preppers themselves offer survivalist insights and screenshots from online discussions show how seriously these bags contents are debated. The book includes essays by Rachel Monroe, Pete Brook, Max Presneill, and the artist.
8.75" x 11" vertical
hardcover with wire-o binding
106 pages, 42 plates
Essays by Pete Brook, Rachel Monroe, and Max Presneill
Edited by Alyssa Coppelman
Limited Edition of 50
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