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Would You Like to Have a Poetry Book Published?

11 May 2018

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Poetry has long been viewed as an important but niche sector of the publishing industry with a small number of micro presses often supported by public funding. However, the growth of digital printing aligned with the increasing popularity of live reading events, has led to many new opportunities over the last couple of years for poets.

Here at New Generation Publishing, the UK’s fastest growing self-publishing company, we have seen a continued increase in the number of requests to publish poetry books. And as we are always keen to meet the new requirements of our customers, we have improved our offering to provide a market-leading service for writers looking to publish poetry.

Unlike many self-publishing companies, we have designers that can typeset complex texts in InDesign, leading to a highly professional finished text. We have also agreed a deal with our printer to be able to print in landscape and portrait formats and even have copywriters available should authors want us to compile the text for the collections on their behalf.

We also have an illustrator who can bring your poems to life if you need some artistic help. Unlike with most professional illustrators we can provide you with copyright and royalty free images. Finally, NGP offers a range of unique Marketing and Sales Services to help support the promotion of your book.

NGP offers a range of Publishing Packages tailored to individual authors’ requirements and budgets. If authors would like something slightly different, they can also design their own Bespoke Package with the support of our team.

If you are planning to write or have written a poetry book you would like to be published, we will be happy to discuss the options with you. Simply email or call 01234 711 956.

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