Llumina Press

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Llumina Press, a Print on demand, self publishing,[1] and distribution company was founded by Deborah Greenspan in 2000.

Llumina was founded on the idea that good books require editing before being submitted to print. Therefore, all potential Llumina authors are given a free editing evaluation of their work before a manuscript is accepted for publication.[2]

In 2000, Llumina began editing and publishing books of all types, and has published over 3,000 books since then.

Notable Books[edit]

In 2005, Llumina Press acquired the rights to Phantom by bestselling author Susan Kay, also author of the worldwide bestseller, Legacy.

Shakespeare Beyond Doubt? Exposing an Industry in Denial.[permanent dead link] by John M. Shahan and Alexander Waugh, Editors.

Llumina’s book, The Viagra Diaries by Barbara Rose Brooker was acquired by Simon & Schuster and optioned by HBO for a television series.

Bailey, A. Peter (2013). Witnessing Brother Malcolm X: The Master Teacher. Plantation, Fla.: Llumina Press. ISBN 978-1-62550-039-7.


  1. ^ "Shaker Heights author "Calling All Parents" to be more active in children's lives". Cleveland.com. Retrieved 27 May 2015.
  2. ^ "Llumina Press – Reviewed". The Independent Publishing Magazine. Retrieved 27 May 2015.

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