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Yes, There Is Still Time For Many!

The NR Gift Shop is open and awaiting your orders. Here’s the good news for you last-minute Christmas shoppers: for locations east of the Mississippi River (except, it seems, Mississippi itself) we can ship your order via UPS ground today (the cost is only $5) and UPS promises it will arrive on Friday, December 23rd. We still have some wonderful items available: of course our acclaimed kids’ books, Florence King’s STET! Damnit, our new Roman Genn Note Cards, the marvelous NR 1955 Premier Issue Replica Edition, plus NR Windshirts, Sweatshirts, caps and mugs and so much more. And if you desire, we’ll send the gift directly to the lucky recipient, with a handsome announcement card included. So please, get the tinsel out and order those great NR gifts now.

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