BeWrite. An on-submission POD publisher that accepts about 20% of the submitted
materials, charges nothing for the author to be published with them, appears to do great covers, and works well with authors.
Bhavish Graphics, Sree
email@example.com. An on-demand printer based in India. They
have the largest digital printing facility in south India.
BiblioLife, BiblioBazaar, and Nabu Press are all the same company.
Trish Romanchuk, Manager, Book Division, 1235 64th Avenue SE #1, Calgary AB
Canada T2H 2J7; 866-479-3248; Fax: 403-253-5642. Email:
“We are a no-nonsense POD manufacturer, with a focus on helping authors print top quality books, not collecting upfront fees.”
Blurb.com — Eileen Gittins, CEO. This San Francisco company raised $2 million
in venture capital. It does not charge authors any up-front fees. Instead, it provides free software that allows people to
design their own books. Prices start at $29.95 for books of 1 to 40 pages and rise to $79.95 for books of 301 to 440 pages.
They just signed an agreement with Chronicle Books to get all their
over-the-transom rejections for possible referrals. If authors sign up for
Blurb's services, Chronicle gets a cut on any income.
BookBlocks, Kumar Persad, 71 Tenbroeck Avenue, Kingston NY
12401; 845-331-7581; 800-836-7581, ext. 111; Fax: 845-331-1571. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Offers low-cost
digital books in B&W or color, quantities from 1 to 1,000.
Booklogix Publishing Services,
Angela DeCaires, Publishing Director, 1264 Old Alpharetta Road, Alpharetta GA 30005;
470-239-8547; Fax: 888-564-7890. Email:
On-demand printers and publishing services, including editing, design, layout,
on-demand printing, marketing, and distribution.
BookMark Self Publishing, Colin Knecht and Paul Dalcanale,
BookMobile.com, Nicole Baxter, 2402 University Avenue West #206,
Saint Paul MN 55114; 800-752-3303; Fax: 612-677-3271. Email: email@example.com.
A digital printer since 1996, they provide on-demand printing of books and bound galleys. Their Digital Print Overnight Distribute
service promises Internet sales, instant printing, and overnight delivery. Customers include Oxford University Press, Graywolf
Press, and Copper Canyon Press. They also provide a distribution and fulfillment
service called Itasca Books; web: http://www.itascabooks.com.
Book1One, George Kittredge, 655
Driving Park Avenue, Rochester NY 14613; 585-647-8919, ext. 216. Email:
printing and binding (hardcover, softcover, coil, legal sewn, and dissertation binding.
Book Partners, Tim Malott,
Business Development Manager, The HF Group, 1010 N Sycamore Street, North
Manchester IN 46962; 336-790-7056; Fax: 260-982-1130. Email:
specialize in short run (1 to 1000) digital book manufacturing. Our offerings
include perfect bound, casebound, and graphic litho covers. We can print in
black and full color using our Xerox iGen3, Igen4 and Nuvera machines. We also
offer digitization of back lists, and warehousing & distribution.
The Book Pub, Sarah Shaffer.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. A new
publishing house that publishes POD books at no charge to the author.
BookPublisher.com, Wheatmark, 610 East Delano Street #104, Tucson AZ 85705;
520-798-3321; 888-934-0888; Fax: 520-903-1135. Email: email@example.com.
Wheatmark offers customized book design, editing, and publishing services for on-demand books. They offer regular discounts
through Ingram to independent bookstores.
Books Just Books, Ron Pramschufer, RJ Communications, 51 East 42nd
Street, New York City NY 10017; 800-621-2556; Fax: 212-681-8002. Email: Ron@rjc-lcc.com.
Allows you to get book quotes online. Does color printing POD books.
BookSurge is now CreateSpace.
Borders Personal Publishing
— In partnership with Lulu.com, Borders offers personal publishing of books.
Selected books within this program will also be distributed in some Borders
Brian Perlman, 70 Lake Drive, East Windsor NJ 08520; 201-615-5540. Email:
Bridgeport National Bindery,
Bruce Jacobson, Executive Vice President, 662 Silver Street, P O Box 289, Agawam
MA 01001-0289; 800-223-5083. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Produce digitally-printed casebound books. They print
from one copy to several hundred to a thousand.
Business Graphics, 311 Main Street #1, Roseville CA 95678; 800-265-7269;
Fax: 916-772-2332. Email: email@example.com. In business since 1993, they provide
offset and on-demand printing of books, journals, and software manuals. Also diskette duplication.
Buy Books On The Web, 1094 New Dehaven Street #100, West Conshohocken PA
19428; 610-941-9999; 877-BUY-BOOK; Fax: 610-941-9959. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
They take orders at their web site for books within their system and then print, bind, and ship them within two days. Their publishing
division, Infinity Publishing, helps people publish their books in on-demand format. Good company with customer-centric focus.
1001 Ways to Market Your Books, 6th Edition describes more than 1,000
ideas, tips, and suggestions for marketing books — all illustrated with real-life examples showing how other
publishers and authors have marketed their books.
“Without glitzy idealism or funky hopelessness, Kremer does a sound job of talking about marketing, telling stories from his own and others' experiences. He knows his subject, imparting important information in a fast-paced, very open way. Extremely good stuff here.” — The Book Reader
May, 2008. ISBN: 0-912411-49-X. 704-page softcover. $27.95.
John Kremer's Self-Publishing Hall of Fame — This book features the stories of hundreds of
self-publishers who have gone on to great success. It also features tips from many of the hall of famers on how to
do what they did. I publish this book as an ebook because I’m continually adding new heroes to it. A great motivational
and educational tool! January 2008. 225-page ebook download. $20.00.