Author Archives: Salmaan Ahmad

Children’s Book Printing: Spotlight on Rufus

We at Publishing Xpress just cannot get enough of adorable children’s book printing project! They are truly gems to print, especially when they’re filled with such cute and well-designed illustrations. Just like our feature this week, Rufus The Blind Dachshund … Continue reading »

Self-Publishing History: It Is the Best of Times; It Is the Worst of Times

Were you aware that the “movement” to self-publishing is actually a return to self-publishing? Before the industrial era’s shift to publishing consolidation, authors often published their own works. Let’s review self-publishing history. In fact, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens … Continue reading »

The Long and Short of Booklet Printing

It seems no one ever starts out wanting to write booklets; but once a writer understands the benefits of booklet printing, he or she is never the same. Published and yet-to-be-published authors are getting excited about booklets. Why? Promotion. You … Continue reading »

Museum Catalog Printing: Spotlight on Blink Concept & Design

Frank Cucciarre is the genius behind the creative of Blink Concept & Design. He is the designer of this lovely museum catalog printing project that Publishing Xpress had the pleasure of printing. Focus, drive, energy, and commitment sums up creative … Continue reading »

8 Writing Rules to Break

The trouble with any list of writing rules is that it implies there is only one way to do it. The very nature of art is to push the rules, to transcend techniques. But as Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj once said, … Continue reading »

Fashion Magazine Printing: Spotlight on TC Style Magazine

Sometimes mainstream fashion magazines are too much to deal with, as in too many ads or too many quizzes and not enough real content. Then there are smaller private magazines that focus on one thing, you and your style. TC … Continue reading »

Story Book Printing: Spotlight on Ned Luberecki

Professional banjo player Ned Luberecki has been making crowds laugh for years with his wacky bluegrass song, “Cabin of Death.” (It’s all over YouTube). When friend Ginny Foard added illustrations, lots of people wanted copies of this story book printing … Continue reading »

The Most Important Invention Is…The Printing Press

Many consider the printing press to be the most important invention in the history of the world. Imagine a world with no books, newspapers, or magazines. The printing press has allowed the widespread dissemination and storage of important ideas. Without … Continue reading »

Religious Book Printing: Spotlight on Pushke Studio

This week we have our spotlight on a rare breed – a nonprofit marketing company called Pushke Studio that printed a religious book printing project with Publishing Xpress. What does pushke mean? It is a Yiddish word for can, colloquially … Continue reading »

Magazine Printing Spotlight: Living Legacies

So many interesting and cool magazines being published and printed daily all over the world, mostly fashion and art and news, but to dedicate a magazine printing project to honoring the aging is truly something unique! That’s why we at … Continue reading »

Family Journal Printing: Spotlight on “A Polish Adoption Story”

In this week’s spotlight, we are highlighting author Sandee Phillips, who had a personal family journal printing project that she decided to publish as a book. And what a nice little printed book it is! The book is called “And … Continue reading »

Family Newsletter Printing: Spotlight on Victoria Avery

Ever heard of a family newsletter printing project? If not, maybe it’s time we all do! A family newsletter is a newsletter, sometimes a book [depending on how large your family is], where all your family’s contact information, images, and … Continue reading »