Since 1996 PageMaster has been providing innovative and efficient publishing services for artists, authors, publishers, associations and businesses from Edmonton’s downtown. In October 2012 PageMaster moved near City Centre Airport and is now located in the historic Grinnell warehouse at 11340 120 Street. If you are in Edmonton, stop by for a visit, browse our bookstore, or bring in your publishing project. Read More Here
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From the first meeting with Pagemaster, until the final completion of my poetry book, ‘Life Reflections’, I have been encouraged and assisted by all staff members. Every question or issue that I confronted on this journey was answered and dealt with professionally, with care and concern, and timely! An amazing company to work with to achieve a life-long goal! Way to go, Pagemaster!!! Number One in my books! Lynda Horvath
Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer in Edmonton and decided to create my own cookbook. I heard about PageMaster and contacted them to help with my book. I want to say that they have been beyond amazing! I strive for excellence in my work and I was definitely picky when it comes to my book and the food pictures looking great- they supported that and made sure I was very happy. For all your publishing needs, I highly recommend PageMaster. My book is coming out next week and I couldn’t be happier with their service and the quality of my book! I couldn’t thank Dale and the team enough! Hannah Deacon
Amazing service. They were the only place in the city that would bind my unusual book. Did a fantastic job. I highly recommend their publishing services. I will go back for future projects. Cat Turcotte
The idea that most represents the foundation of PageMaster is full service for communication art – the taking of an idea and growing it, and polishing it, and reproducing it, and distributing it, so the idea takes root and bears fruit. We call this reproducing excellence.
There is a multiplying that is critical – I don’t see us doing all the work, but rather teaching and empowering and equipping. The team approach is also key – individuals work in their strength and allow others in the community to share in other aspects such as marketing, editing or distribution.
Individualism can be strong in the creative disciplines but art is about communicating and knowing each other. Building community brings strength both to the artist group and also to the entire region. The result is, creating more and better art that is from us, and speaks to us. A strong communication arts base gives us a sense of identity as a region and as individuals, building cohesiveness, expression, resilience and understanding.