|How to Publish|
Here at Intercontinental Marketing Corp (Tokyo, Japan) we work with a number of publishers and authors. We seldom become much involved with what comes before the printed book that is ready to be sold. However, we need books that can be sold. We need well done books. We need books that are available to us at a low low price. But authors and small publishers, usually printing only 1,000 or even fewer copies, need access to the best and cheapest printing. The computer and internet have totally changed the way things were done when I was young. There are now traditional options, PDF, online books, and a variety of ebook formats and readers. Should your poems be printed on paper or would they look better on a real smart webpage, perhaps with sound. Which will sell and make some money? Which will enhance your reputation, or just be fun and satisfying to you?
I am not going to advise. I really don't know the answer, and I think the answer varies from person to person, book to book. What I am doing on this page is listing a few companies that provide service. I do not recommend any. I only stumble across them in my daily work and want to remember them; so I mention them on this page. As far as I know they are all reputable and do reasonably good work. I suggest you take a look. If you have an experience with any of these companies, tell me ... good or bad.
This page will change from time to time.
Printellectual (owned and operated by Jenkin Group Inc) sounds great for getting print quotations. Michigan USA Printellectual
Boson is an imprint of C&M Online Media. Ebooks and some print books. North Carolina USA Boson Books
Firstwriter hundreds of links for writers to publishers of all sorts Firstwriter
|imcbook jpgsonline japanese