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Joshua Robbins


Joshua Robbins is an American author, journalist, producer, and artist. Originally from Colorado, Robbins spent 12 years of his life in Southern California after being homeless in Los Angeles, Denver, Salt Lake City, and Baltimore for six years. He finally settled in Costa Mesa, CA. Robbins recalls what it was like to live in a box, shoot cocaine with water from the toilet at the Los Angeles Greyhound station, and sell drugs in some of the most notorious neighborhoods of Los Angeles and Baltimore.
Joshua decided to get clean and during this eight year hiatus from his drug addiction he attended Orange Coast College, UCLA, and Regis Jesuit University where he has received many degrees in mathematics, philosophy, economics, and business . When Robbins turned 31 he returned back to Colorado and currently resides in Lakewood (a suburb of Denver), Colorado.

Books by Joshua Robbins

12: A Memoir About the Anonymous
Robbins is best known as the founder of the controversial recovery/arts company The Addicted Project. Through this company Robbins has personally released "12: A memoir about the Anonymous", ".512: Because once you go infinite nothing else matters", and "Forgiving Jesus".
Non Fiction > Memoir & Biographies