Queer Voices: Prose, Poetry, and Pride - 2019

Nate’s essay, “The Invisible Man,” is featured in this anthology, published by the Minnesota Historical Society Press.

Available directly from MNHS … or from Amazon and elsewhere.

Dying to Hang with the Boys - 2019

This memoir explores the ways gender transition, identity, physical disability, addiction and recovery, and mental health all intersect and complicate each other. Delving into a number of current social justice issues, including suicide and ECT therapy, Nate’s second book serves both as an independent work as well as a sequel to his first memoir. It’s a must read for anyone working in health and human services, law, law enforcement and corrections, or with an interest in LGBTQ or disability rights.

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Running on a Mind Rewired - 2012

Nate's first book, published under his former female name, Jennifer, tackles youth and young adult mental health issues, addressing the consequences of addiction and head injuries. This best-selling book has been used in high school and college curricula, serving as a teaching tool in hospitals and treatment centers around the country.

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