This page features a list of services which provide on-demand production (printing
on demand) of books. Many of these companies can
print, bind, and ship one book at a time, although most are more efficient and cost-effective at doing 10 to 100 copies.
We try to be comprehensive in these listings, so we list anyone. A listing does not
necessarily mean a recommendation by us. — John Kremer, author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books
POD Printers: A - B
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DeHart's Printing Services Corporation, Don Dehart, 3333 Bowers Avenue #130, Santa Clara
CA 95054; 408-961-4297; 888-982-4763; Fax: 408-982-9912. Email: email@example.com. Offers on-demand
and offset printing from 25 to 2,500 copies, one or two-color text. Bindings: perfect, casebound, saddlestitched, wire-o, or spiral.
Demand Book Printing Company, 64 Alabama
Avenue, Island Park NY 11558; 516-889-6281; Fax: 516-889-0341. From camera-ready
copy, they promise 1 to 2-week turnaround on softcover and double wire-o
bindings. Hardcover, 2 weeks longer.
Di Angelo Publications,
Sequoia Di Angelo, President, 2800 Post Oak Boulevard #4100, Houston TX 77056;
firstname.lastname@example.org. Their clients pay them to put
together their product and publish it via print-on-demand and ebooks.
DiggyPod, Tim Simpson, 1382 Industrial #8, Saline MI 48176; 734-944-7844; Fax:
734-429-3309. Email: email@example.com. Print on demand printers. They also print galley copies.
“We actually have been doing some POD printing for some large book manufacturers, and they love what we have been doing for them.”
Digital Display Printing, United Kingdom. Large format
printing via digital press.
Digital Impressions, Rusty
Irby, 1127 International Parkway #109, Fredericksburg VA 22406; 800-701-3936;
firstname.lastname@example.org. Caters to self-publishers and first-time authors
for short-run book printing, handles all types of digital printing. One of the
largest POD printers in the mid-Atlantic area. Customers include Pearson, Cengage, and McGraw-Hill.
Digital Marketing Technologies,
aka DMT Publishing, Mark Manswer, Vice President, 900 North 400 West #12, North
Salt Lake City UT 84054; 801-397-1826. Email:
email@example.com. In business
since 1996 with full bindery capabilities and Heidelberg laser printers that can
produce 50,000 copies per hour. Fast turnaround times.
Digital Print Express,
United Kingdom. A UK digital printing company that offers online design and
printing services for large-format banners, posters, billboards, and large
Digitaler BuchDruck. German
Documation LLC, Roy Fuerstenberg, President, 1556 International Drive,
Eau Claire WI 54701; 715-839-8899; 800-951-6729; Fax: 715-836-7411. They produce books on demand (from one at a time) to
runs up to 25,000 copies. They provide perfect binding, plastic coil or wire-o, saddle-stitch, or ring binders.
Document Technologies, Ron Shapiro, Business Development, 491 S Dean
Street, Englewood NJ 07631; 201-569-9600; Fax: 201-816-9191. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On-demand printing, galleys, short-run books, directories, training manuals, etc.
Docunet Corporation, 2435
Xenium Lane N, Minneapolis MN 55441; 800-936-2863. On-demand printing and
DocuNet Inc., Buddy Kirschner, President, 800-644-5566 #24.
Email: email@example.com. Founded in 1977, this company specializes in
short-run print on demand. Customers include Simon & Schuster, Pearson Education, and Prentice Hall. Services include
scanning, CD burning, file storage, digital printing (B&W and color), and many binding options.
Domhan Books, J. Carey. This on-demand and e-books publisher
offers more than 200 titles. They also publish hardcover and large print POD books.
Dreams Publishing, Toni Child, Publisher.
Email: Toni@dreamspublishing.com. “We want authors that have a different
kind of story to tell. We want Authors who want to be published in electronic and print
media. We need authors who are willing to promote their books worldwide. We also so POD publishing.”
Dreamtime Press, Julia
Widdop, Publisher, 3290 Valley View Drive, Grand Junction CO 81503;
firstname.lastname@example.org. Specialty: Magical realism, self-help,
children's books, visionary art, spiritual fantasy, shamanism, fiction.
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 2011. 295-page ebook download. $20.00.