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NFB Publications

Available Online and to Order:

Back issues of the Braille Monitor and Future Reflections as well as copies of Kernel Books may be ordered from the NFB Independence Market, subject to availability.

BRAILLE MONITOR

A magazine of the NFB, published 11 times a year.  Issues are available from January 1978 to the present in Braille and print and from August 1985 to December 2011 on 4-track cassette.  (Replace YY and MM in the item code below with the two-digit year and month desired. Please also specify the preferred format.)
Order Information: Item MYYMM; Braille/C4/Print; No Charge

FUTURE REFLECTIONS

A magazine for parents and teachers of blind children.  The quarterly publication of the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children, a division of the NFB, is available from October 1981 (Volume 1, Number 1) to 2005 in print and on 2-track cassette and from 2006 to the present in print and on 4-track cassette.  (Replace VV and II in the item code below with the two-digit volume and issue desired. Please also specify the preferred format.) 
Order Information: Item FVVII; C2/C4/Print; No Charge

KERNEL BOOKS

A series of books containing inspirational stories written by blind people about themselves. There is no charge for Kernel Books as long as supplies last.

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OTHER

  • The Blind Educator
    This newsletter is written by blind educators for educators who are blind. 
  • The Student Slate
    The voice of organized blind students in America can be heard through this newsletter published by the National Association of Blind Students.
  • Voice of the Diabetic
    This quarterly publication of the Diabetes Action Network, a division of the NFB, ceased publication as of Winter 2009.  Many of the issues can still be reviewed online.

If you would like to order any of these items, please contact the Independence Market for availability. You may contact us by e-mail at IndependenceMarket@nfb.org or by phone at 410-659-9314, extension 2216. For additional information, please refer to our Independence Market Literature Order Procedure.