Tunnel People in Publishers Weekly

Tunnel People

Publishers Weekly

For five months in 1994 and 1995, photojournalist Voeten lived, slept, and worked in the tunnels underneath Manhattan. He describes what happened to the Vietnam vets, hippies, crack addicts, Cuban refugees, convicted killers, and runaways who lived underground. “Voeten has found yet another frontier in the great American experiment—the one underground, in the tunnels of Manhattan—and deliver[s] it to us in an utterly charming and fascinating account,” says Sebastian Junger.

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