M·Graphics Publishing was founded in 2001 in Boston, Massachusetts by Michael Minayev and a group comprised of professional publishers and amateur book lovers.
Originally planned to be a firm that performed exclusively design and pre-press tasks, the company became a publishing house, which offers a variety of publishing services to its customers, from text editing and proof-reading to design and illustrations to book printing and advertising support.
In a short time, the company released more than fifty books in its main thematic areas: memoirs and autobiographies, poetry, fiction and non-fiction of Russian-language authors, as well as books of other genres, such as children's, journalism, and health. Our archive contains books not only by greater Boston area authors, but also writers from other states, as well as Canada and Israel.
Most of our authors are Russian immigrants; having spent most of their lives in the USSR, they remember the world that no longer exists. Theirs is the last generation that can speak of the Soviet and post-Soviet mentality, and how it impacts their lives in the West. No matter what the subject is, their books reflect that knowledge.
We offer our services to writers of prose, poetry, memoirs, children's fairy tales, serious historical studies, collections of favorite recipes; all that you would want to see as a book or pamphlet.
We will provide you with expert assistance with all questions that can arise during preparation for publication, and its transfer to the printing and publishing enterprise.
M·Graphics Publishing specializes in preparation and publication of authors' materials, whether they are books or pamphlets, practically in any style of binding. We are focused on authors who wish to publish their work in any print run—from single copies to the multi-thousand print runs.
For many years, we provide technical and printing support to widely known Boston periodical "Business Reklama," and, during 2007–2009, "Krugozor" magazine.
To learn more about us, and about how we can help you, please—contact us!