About Pequod Press
Pequod Press was started in 1981 by John F. Carr so that he could publish quality books without outside editorial interference. Pequod Press's first book was "Carnifex Mardi Gras" in 1982.
Due to limited marketing options at the time, Pequod Press was put on hiatus until 1999 when the Internet opened numerous new markets for independent publishers. "Kalvan Kingmaker" was published in 1999 and was followed by "Siege of Tarr-Hostigos", "Great Kings' War", "War World: Battle of Sauron" and others.
Currently, Pequod Press publishes 3 to 4 books annually. At this time we are not open to outside submissions.