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RECKONING at the FRONTIER is an upcoming photography book that explores the drug war in northern Mexico.
Created by

Eros Hoagland

210 backers pledged $18,682 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. Creator psyco363 on March 3

      I can not wait to get the book. <3

    2. Creator Eros Hoagland on February 28

      the books just arrived from Germany. bad weather on the east coast held up the shipment, but Ive got them now. will start the process of shipping more than 150 copies next few days. thanks so much for your patience. they look really f---ing good!!

    3. Creator psyco363 on February 26

      news? =)

    4. Creator Eros Hoagland on January 27

      The final version of the book is now shipping from my publisher Kehrer in Germany. They will be sent out within the next few weeks. Thank you.

    5. Creator Eros Hoagland on November 19

      yes indeed. The first copies have just been made (10) hand built books for my review. I will receive them shortly. Then after final review, we start the mass publication. Its taken forever, but it will be worth it! I'm super excited.

    6. Creator eddie vargas on November 19

      uh.... two years and still waiting!!! anything??

    7. Creator psyco363 on November 18


    8. Creator psyco363 on October 26

      Hello News??????????????????????????????????

    9. Creator psyco363 on August 29, 2014

      last login Juni 2014 O_O

    10. Creator psyco363 on August 29, 2014

      anny NEWS??

    11. Creator psyco363 on April 11, 2014

      nice it^s comming

    12. Creator Patricia Martino on February 3, 2014

      Just wondering the update of this project?

    13. Creator eddie vargas on November 22, 2013

      How is the book coming? Are we going to see the finished product any time soon?

    14. Creator Jacob Farriester on August 29, 2013

      How fares the project?

    15. Creator Angela on November 27, 2012

      Eros, thank you for doing this very important, very necessary project. The more that people 'see' and 'feel' what is happening in the borderlands the more pressure we can put on the governments to do something about it. It is really important to me as I am from El Paso and this region holds a special place in my heart. Thank you! -Angela

    16. Creator Faith Drury Batchelder on November 25, 2012

      Wow! Your work is incredibly thought provoking! The book will be amazing I have no doubt! You have a wonderful talent and amazingly artistic eye! Thank you for sharing your work!

    17. Creator Eros Hoagland on November 23, 2012

      Hi Patricia, thank you so much. I really appreciate it. That was really sweet of you

    18. Creator Patricia on November 22, 2012

      Just watched HBO:Witness ... I''m speechless. You're an incredible and courageous fellow. Interesting name goes with an interesting individual. I send you loving, healthy and safe energies. Looking forward to watching your project come to fruition and the many more that will follow throughout your life. Be safe dear, I want to see you get old and totally grey. ... Nice voice. Respectfully and with much consideration .. Patricia

    19. Creator Tom Brenner on November 11, 2012

      Good luck, Eros. Sounds like a terrific--and needed--project.
      Tom Brenner

    20. Creator Eros Hoagland on November 5, 2012

      hmmm. we'll have to agree to disagree on that one Dylan.

    21. Creator Dylan Clark on November 5, 2012

      Eros, old friend, like all of your work, this slice of your career is so amazing and so important. Anthropologist and anarchist that I am, though, I really have to question your statement that "domination is intrinsic to humans." Nope. We're better than that. Unfortunately we too often live in environments that reward and extend domination. But is it in our "human nature"? No way, Jose! Domination might be intrinsic to patriarchy and to capitalism though! Here's to a world without cruelty or domination: and I think your work is a beautiful step in that direction. Looking forward to the book. Peace, Dylan