“Juggalo” Nonfiction with a Balanced View of the Subculture

juggalo: insane clown posse, their fans, and the world they made steve miller

Juggalo: Insane Clown Posse, Their Fans, and the World They Made

The nonfiction novel Juggalo: Insane Clown Posse, Their Fans, and the World They Made comes from a journey one notable author took to give the world a real, in-depth look into the Juggalo World. Steve Miller has written about ICP before in his book Detroit Rock City: The Uncensored History of Rock ‘n’ Roll in America’s Loudest City. Now, he has taken to not only interviewing ICP and Juggalos but visiting Juggalos at their homes and jobs getting to know them as people.

He has edited or authored six books and has written for many popular publications like People, The Daily Beast, and etc. You can tell from his word use and writing style he is a well-educated individual who indeed has experience in writing and does it well. The descriptiveness of his writing really paints a picture of his adventures. As far as I have read so far it’s a great view of a very misunderstood subculture. This work will definitely set an example the rest of the world will surely set as a reference to what they know of our true Juggalo World.

Juggalo: Insane Clown Posse, Their Fans, and the World They Made is available on Amazon in either Kindle or paperback. The novel features interviews with the Insane Clown Posse, J-Webb, George Vlahakis (Majik Ninja Ent. manager) and Juggalos and Juggalettes (TJF’S very own Menace & Faygoluver’s Scottie D to name a few). You can read the first chapter and part of the second on Amazon with the “Look Inside” feature. Get a little taste of what this novel has to offer before you spend your hard-earned money on it. Though the book is fairly cheap only costing 11.99 for a digital copy and 12.88 for the physical. Check it out and see what this award-winning author has to say about a The Most Hated Band in the World and us, the Juggalos.

Subscribe to the True Juggalo Family newsletter for more freshness!



Leave a Reply

Share This

Share This! Thank you for supporting TJF

Share this post with your friends!

%d bloggers like this: