Our October session on the options for printing limited quantities of a title or using print-on-demand technology will be led by Mike Johnson of Edwards Brothers Malloy. This book production company handles large runs of thousands of copies for publishers but also has expanded its short-run manufacturing and print-on-demand services in the last decade.
Learn more about how even the largest company can help small publishers create the right number of books. Johnson has spent the last 15 years working with both large and small publishers as well as single title authors. As an account representative for Edwards Brothers Malloy, he covers the entire west coast (OR, WA, CA, HI, NV, NM, AZ). He currently serves on the board of Bookbuilders West.
The October 24 meeting takes place from 6 pm to 8 pm at the Good Shepherd Center, room 221, 4649 Sunnyside N., Seattle, Washington. There is free parking on site.
More on Edwards Brothers Malloy
Edwards Brothers Malloy serves publishers of all sizes but also self-published authors as well. Specialists in short-run manufacturing, the company has one of the largest digital print operations in the industry, with 10 locations in North America and the United Kingdom. For longer runs, they have the largest fleet of Timsons web presses in the United States and numerous sheetfed presses. They also offer distribution services for smaller publishers as well as global printing and distribution through our gps Global Print Solutions partnership. Combined, Edwards Brothers Malloy offers publishers a single print supply chain solution.
Since its founding, thousands of men and women have taken their place on the Edwards Brothers Malloy team, including former President of the United States Gerald R. Ford, who worked for the former Edwards Brothers while attending the University of Michigan. Currently they have over 900 employees and generate revenues in excess of 115 million dollars annually.