Book production and printing - all shapes and sizes

We have over thirty years of experience in production and print management.  We have on tap a long list of experienced book designers, cover artists, typesetters, copy editors, proofreaders, indexers, as well as developmental editors, line editors, and writers.  We can help you with any and all aspects of the book production process, from inception to production of files for printing or ebook conversion.  We’ve produced just about every type of book, including four color and high end photography books, and are happy to be engaged at whatever level makes sense for your needs.  We are experienced in digital short run and print on demand environments, can produce galleys, and can handle production management and print buying if you need those services also.

And our experience and abilities are not limited to books – we can assist with catalog production, sell sheets, newsletters (print and online) and any other graphic needs you have.

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