National Poetry Month has come and gone, as it does every year. It’s a fairly new phenomenon, the National [Art Form] Month; National Poetry Month only dates from the mid 90s. National Short Story Month is even newer—it turns five years old next year. It doesn’t really feel like a thing yet, the way National Poetry Month does. Still, the kids like it, and so to celebrate, we’re offering 25% off on nearly all of our short story collections, for the rest of the month, when ordered through the Red Hen website. Just use promo code RHPSSM11 at the checkout screen. For example, click here to visit the page for Working Backwards from the Worst Moment of My Life. Clicking “BUY IT NOW” will add it to your Shopping Cart. Once you’ve added everything you want to your shopping cart, enter the promo code in the text field next to the “Checkout” button, click it, and voila! A full 25% off all the short story titles in your order.
Here are just a few of the books this discount applies to:
The Girl with Two Left Breasts, by D.V. Glenn
My Life in Clothes, by Summer Brenner
Working Backwards from the Worst Moment of My Life, by Rob Roberge
Sacred Misfits, by Mark Blickley
Necessary Deaths, by Geoffrey Clark
Anyone is Possible, edited by Mark E. Cull and Kate Gale
Blue Cathedral, edited by Mark E. Cull and Kate Gale
Man Receives a Letter, by Peter Gordon
Silicon Valley Diet and Other Stories, by Richard Grayson
A Patrimony of Fishes, by Doug Lawson
Oh, Don’t Ask Why, by Dennis Must
About Face, by Cecile Rossant
Motel Girl, by Greg Sanders
…in fact, that’s all the books this discount applies to. Happy reading!