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JIM COBB writes books, magazine articles, and other content related to disaster readiness, emergency preparedness, and self-reliance. He is the author of 11 books, all traditionally published.
His Prepper’s Long-Term Survival Guide has been one of the top-ranked titles in Amazon’s Survival & Emergency Preparedness category since it was published in 2014. His first book, Prepper’s Home Defense, held the #1 spot in Amazon’s Security How-To & Home Improvement for several years after it was published in 2012.
Cobb is the Editor-in-Chief for Prepper Survival Guide and Backwoods Survival Guide magazines, a role he’s held since both magazines began in 2017. Prepper Survival Guide is a quarterly publication and Backwoods Survival Guide comes out six times a year. Both are published by A360 Media and are distributed throughout the United States and a bit into Canada.
He has also written for most of the other magazines in the survival/prepper niche, including RECOIL OFFGRID, American Survival Guide, Survivor’s Edge, and Knives Illustrated.
Cobb has appeared on television a few times to promote disaster planning. He’s participated in several interviews for print and podcasts as well.
He was a featured instructor for the Make Ready to Survive video series created by Panteao Productions. Cobb also consulted with Cyalume Industries for their Sustain Supply line of survival kits.
Over the years, he has developed a reputation for providing down to earth, realistic, and practical information and advice, free of scare tactics, wild predictions, or political agenda.
The father of three sons, Cobb lives in southern Wisconsin with his wife and their menagerie of animals.
Here’s what others are saying about Cobb.
“In the disaster preparedness community, most people just talk the talk. Jim Cobb is one of the few that walks the walk!” – Creek Stewart
“Jim Cobb is perhaps the most well-respected author in the preparedness community.” — Joe Alton, MD, author of The Survival Medicine Handbook.
“Jim Cobb is the voice of reason and experience with all things survival. If he says something works then you know you’re getting solid, field-tested information from a respected leader in the survival industry who is constantly applying his skills and incorporating what he teaches into his daily life. Jim is the go-to guy for learning how to prepare for an urban disaster so you and your family can prevail through an unexpected emergency.”
Tony Nester, Author of the Knife-Only Survival Book
“Jim Cobb is an encyclopedia of disaster readiness knowledge. This book is a must-have for anyone’s reference material, including my own.”
– Craig Caudill, Director, Nature Reliance School
“Jim is the author you read when you want no nonsense preparedness and survival. You won’t find myths and unproven tactics in his writings, just practical advice you can put to good use!”
Todd Sepulveda, host of The Prepper Website Podcast
“Jim Cobb is one of the most practical, no-nonsense preparedness authors around. You can always count on him to cut through the nonsense of unrealistic advice and boil it down to logical, down-to-earth steps that will work for anyone. The survival world sincerely needs a book that was written for preppers living in urban and suburban areas and this book promises to offer solid gold advice.”
Daisy Luther, Founder of TheOrganicPrepper.com
“Jim Cobb is a master at what it takes to survive in the city or anywhere. He provides you with the basic skills and knowledge for handling challenging situations ethically, with the big picture in mind. Jim gives you the tools and the knowledge for finding your path of self-reliance, for surviving with a smile when others are panicking.”
–Christopher Nyerges, author of How To Survive Anywhere
“Jim Cobb is a voice of reason in the preparedness community….If you’re looking for good sound advice, check out all of Jim’s preparedness books. He’s definitely one of the best authors in this field.” — Arthur Bradley, PhD, Author of Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family