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About Paycock Press: An alternative publisher based in the Nation’s Capital that has shifted focus from publishing innovative fiction and poetry books to producing literary anthologies.
3819 N. 13th Street
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: (703) 525-9296 Fax: (703) 525-9296
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: yes, prefer Reading period: year round Response time: 3 weeks Payment: 10% of print run Contests: no Year Founded: 1976 Number of titles per year: 1-2 Number of titles in print: 10
Publisher’s description: 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 and when the magazine was revived in 1997 we began talking about starting to publish books once more. Over 30+ years our focus has shifted from publishing innovative fiction and poetry books to producing literary anthologies. We are always on the lookout for edgy flip new writing but have a full-plate until the end of 2009.