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Paycock has two new publications for you
Paycock Press has released two exciting new publications: Flying Home: Seven Stories of the Secret City by David Nicholson and Open Country: A Civil War Novel in Stories by Jeff Richards. Purchase information will be available shortly.
The January 11, 2014, launch party at Washington, DC's renowned Politics & Prose bookstore for Defying Gravity, the sixth anthology in the Grace & Gravity series of fiction by Washington, DC-area women, published by Paycock Press and edited by Richard Peabody, was a blast! The bookstore was full to capacity with a
standing-room crowd eager to meet contributing authors and enjoy the
opportunity to network with lovers of literature.
Defying Gravity cover art by Sheep Jones.
We alsoheldg a Defying Gravity event on February 6 at One More Page Books in Arlington, VA; www.onemorepagebooks.com. Names of participating writers to come.
Defying Gravity is getting noticed - see what colleagues at the Washington Independent Review of Books have to say!
garners good press
$18.95 464 pp
Cover art by Sheep Jones
• Amazing Graces, the fifth collection of fiction by Washington, DC-area women in the Grace & Gravity series from Paycock Press, is garnering great blurbs! Click here for details.
Amazing Graces launches
with lively party in January
The Amazing Graces launch party, held on Sunday, January 8, at the renowned DC bookstore Politics & Prose, was a smash success! We sold 200 copies of our newest book and enjoyed insights about its development from an eight-author panel moderated by Bethanne Patrick. Panelists Rae Bryant, Celeste Crenshaw, Beth Frerking, Jennifer Howard, Esther Iverem, Priscilla Nemeth, Wanda Warner and Kathleen Wheaton each read from her piece in the new anthology (it worked like a collage) and then fielded questions from the audience and the moderator. "The event was truly a celebration, not a marathon," said editor Richard Peabody, owner of Paycock Press.
Alumni from the first four volumes in the series and writers who are penciled in for a sixth volume were invited to the event.
For more details, go to the Politics & Prose site: http://www.politics-prose.com/event/book/richard-peabody-ed-amazing-graces
Our thanks to Pam Risdon, www.risdonfoto.com, for these great photos of the event.
Celeste Crenshaw, Constance Witherspoon.
Margaret Grosh and Richard Peabody of Paycock Press.
Gabriela Romeri, Jennifer Howard.
Patricia Bartlett, Wanda Warner, Nita Congress.
Richard Peabody, Patricia Morningstar.
Kathleen Wheaton, Lorine Kritzer Pergament.
Rose Solari and Richard Peabody.
Linden von Eichel, Susan Sharpe, Nita Congress.
Richard Peabody, Jennifer Napolitano, Caitlin Cushman.
Priscilla Nemeth, Rae Bryant.
Lissa Muscatine, co-owner of Politics and Prose; Richard Peabody.
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