Everybody has fears in common and in this unique handwritten book, the author (an adult with developmental disabilities) battles his fears by listing more than 138 of them. He explores the depths of our most human emotion from small fears, like 'fear of bats' and 'fear of being different', to more complex fears like 'fear that if you put too much toilet paper in the toilet bowl it will run over and get all over the floor and on you and on someone else too, it would leak from upstairs to the next floor below'. This is a uniquely offbeat account of common worries and fears.
"When was the last time you identified every single one of your fears and showed them to the world?" -- Miranda July, "O" magazine
"Loggins is hard to resist..." -- "San Francisco Chronicle"
."..the book's ongoing phobic inventory summons up images and moments that encourage us to exorcise our dread with laughter." -- "LA Weekly"