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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John-Phillip's Printing, Misti DaVee,
Account Representative, 3840 Forest Street, Denver CO 80207; 303-333-7989;
800-676-4520. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just My Best, Janet Terry,
Publisher. A POD publisher start-up. They find appropriate books to publish and publish them via POD.
KIMCO, Scott Laudenslager, 4120 Brighton Boulevard #A-21, Denver CO 80216; 303-295-1172;
Fax: 303-295-2754. Email: email@example.com. Provides on-demand printing of books,
manuals, and financial documents.
King Printing, Tom Campbell, Vice President, 181 Industrial Avenue, Lowell MA
01852; 978-458-2345; Fax: 978-458-3026. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
King offers short run on-demand books from 1 to 25,000. Binding includes case binding, perfect, lay- flat perfect, wire O, saddle,
Kinko's Document Solution Division, 60 Carlson Road, Rochester NY 14610-1019;
716-224-8480; Fax: 716-224-8220.
Kite and Key Publishing,
Karl Neitzel. Email:
email@example.com. POD publisher with $175 set-up cost and
Kodak Gallery (formerly Ofoto). Offers online photo processing and Legacy Photo Books
starting at $69.99 each.
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.