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 1 to 100 copies.
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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I - JK
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W - XYZ
Quality Book Press,
Joseph Haimowitz, 600 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville MD 21208; 443-386-3836. Email:
email@example.com. Book printing from 25 to 10,000 copies. They
offer to beat any competitor's quote by 10%.
R and R Images, Michael
Peters, Strategic Sales, 3602 E La Salle Street, Phoenix AZ 85040; 602-437-4545;
Cell: 480-577-5925. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. 4 HP Indigo presses with full bindery
capabilities including UV coating, soft and hardcover binding, laser die
cutting, and more. In business since 1988.
Rapid POD Printing, Ken Whitman, President; 502-212-6258.
Email: email@example.com. POD printer that
offers 5 standard sizes
and a 5-7 day turnaround on print-ready PDF files. Print high quality books, comics, and art prints in quantities from 1 to 1,000 in
B&W and color.
Rapid Reproduction, Douglas P. Cioffi, 3 Church Street, Wilmington MA 01887;
978-657-6186; Fax: 978-988-7994. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We use a fleet of Docutechs as well as Canon color equipment for the covers and perfectbind in house.”
Dr. Josh Ken Davidberg, P O Box 94, Largo FL 33779. Email:
self-publishing house for biotechnology and bioscience textbooks.
Renaissance Alliance Publishing — Publishes POD books. Also edits and publicizes them.
Replica Books, Marin Foster, Baker & Taylor, 1120 Route 22 East,
Bridgewater NJ 08807; 908-541-7392; Fax: 908-541-7875. Email: Fosterm@btol.com.
The on-demand printing arm of Baker & Taylor sells only to wholesalers, but booksellers can order through their favorite
wholesaler or direct from Baker & Taylor. They work on an exclusive or non-exclusive basis.
RoseDog Books, Melissa Rohm, Coordinator, 701 Smithfield Street,
Pittsburgh PA 15222-3906; 866-380-0923; Fax: 412-338-0427. Email: email@example.com.
A full service print-on-demand publisher, from manuscript to print or digital format. Finished books are available online,
via a toll-free number, or through retail bookstores. RoseDog is a subsidiary of Dorrance Publishing Company, a vanity press.
RPI Print, Ted Reischling, President, 507 Westlake Avenue N, Seattle WA 98109;
206-371-0680. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Produces digitally printed products from consumer-generated content, including
one-off photo books, cards, calendars, and stationery products.
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.