Publish & Print is a small, self publishing company based in Pontypridd, south Wales. We have over 11 years experience in book publishing and offer a friendly, personal service.

If you are a writer and want to get into print
then we can help you achieve this.

Our self publishing services are amongst the lowest cost anywhere on the market yet we still pride ourselves in producing professional products for our clients.

At the moment we produce paperbacks, e-books (for Amazon kindle) and bespoke book covers.

We also offer low cost web design, social media help and general advice.

For more information please browse our website or drop us an email.

In 2018 we were named ‘Ones to Watch’ in CV Magazine’s 2018 UK Best in Business.  We were also named as ‘Best Self Publishing Company‘ in Wales by SME News.

Publish & Print was set up by Dave Lewis, a writer based in south Wales. He has self published several books over the last few years and will probably continue to do so even if he gets a publishing contract with a traditional publishing house simply because of the ease, speed and complete control over the editorial process offered by self publishing.

In 2007 he set up and organised the first international Welsh Poetry Competition. A competition aimed at encouraging and fostering the wealth of creative writing talent that we know exists in Wales but currently languishes in the doldrums.

Dave has also published two anthologies of winners with nearly 200 writers being featured.

His main reason for setting up Publish & Print was to give other writers a chance of publication.

Like a lot of new authors, Dave experienced the great difficulty a first-time writer has in trying to get either a literary agent or a publishing company to even read the manuscript of an unknown, let alone getting it published!

So, rather than wait months and months for the inevitable rejection slip, he decided to self publish his first book straight away. That first book, Layer Cake, a collection of poems, sold over 200 copies simply by word of mouth.

Since then Dave has gone from strength to strength and has now published many books, including three very successful crime thrillers, that have sold in their thousands.

He also runs the Writers of Wales A to Z database which seeks to help all writers with a strong connection to Wales.

In 2020 Dave launched the Poetry Book Awards, an international contest that looks to reward the best poets from small, independent presses.