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.

Available on: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and elsewhere in paperback and ebook.
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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.

Available on: AmazonBNKindle, and Nook

Other Written Works

The Lilac Effect.” Minnesota Good Age. August, 2019.
Available in print and online.

“Diving into Art.” Minnesota Good Age. July, 2019.
Available in print and online.