Nat. Books is the online publishing wing of Nat. Brut. We publish obscure or out of print works and make them available for free online.
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Zitkala-Ša (1876–1938) was a Sioux writer, editor, musician, teacher, and political activist. Her essays, "Impressions of an Indian Childhood," "The School Days of an Indian Girl," and "An Indian Teacher among Indians," were originally serialized in the Atlantic Monthly in January, February, and March of 1900. They are collected here and are available to view and download free of charge. Page images courtesy of the Cornell University digital library.
My Friend Perry
by Austin English
Austin English lives and works in Brooklyn and Stockholm. He works with drawing, painting and comics. He recently completed the book The Life Problem, which was published by Drippybone Books. His illustration work can be seen in many publications, including The New York Times. My Friend Perry is available to view and download and is presented free of charge.
by Cooper Edens
Originally published in 1982 and long since out of print, Inevitable Papers explores the surreal potential of the collage in more than fifty pages of powerful images. Born in 1945, Edens won the 1980 Children’s Critic Award for The Starcleaner Reunion and has written and illustrated numerous books. Inevitable Papers is available to view and download and is presented free of charge.
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