Paycock Press was founded in 1976 to publish Gargoyle Magazine, a DC-based international literary magazine. Named for Sean O'Casey's play Juno and the Paycock, the press went into hibernation in 1990. When the magazine was revived in 1997, we began talking about starting to publish books once again.
Titles in Print:
Defying Gravity: Fiction by DC Area Women
Amazing Graces: Yet Another Collection of Fiction by Washington Area Women
Stress City: A Big Fat Book of Fiction by Fifty DC Guys
ed. by Richard Peabody ISBN 978-0931181306 400pp $18.95
Electric Grace: Still More Fiction by Washington
ed. by Donya Currie Arias and Hildie S. Block ISBN 0-931181-26-7 363pp $15.95
Kiss the Sky: Fiction & Poetry
Starring Jimi Hendrix
ed. by Richard Peabody ISBN 0-931181-20-8 500pp $15.95
ed. by Lucinda Ebersole & Richard Peabody ISBN 0-931181-21-6 ltd. to 1,000cc 343pp $15.95.
ISBN 0-931181-22-4 ltd. to 1,000cc
Richard Peabody, ed. - Grace and Gravity: Fiction by Washington Area Women
ISBN: 0931181186 (2004) $14.95. Read about the launch.
Richard Peabody, ed - 31 Arlington Poets (Spoken word/music CD) (2004)
ASIN: B0007G8RO8 $10
Richard Peabody - Last of the Red Hot Magnetos (poetry chapbook, 48 pages)
Chosen as a Sept-Oct Pick in the Small Magazine Review #132-133.
Joyce Renwick - In Praise of What Persists
(Short Fiction/Nursing) (2004)
ISBN: 0-931181-12-7 199pp $13.95 trim size 6x9
Ed Cox - Collected Poems
Tina Fulker - Tender Hooks (originally cassette, now CD) (1986)
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