Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I get my work published by Benchmark Press?

It’s simple. Contact Benchmark Press at (306) 522-9326 or email to arrange a meeting to discuss your book and/or calendar project and ideas. At this time, we will discuss all of our services with you and develop an estimate for your project. If you like what you hear, we will draw up a contract and begin working with you on your project.

2. Why should I choose Benchmark Press?

Benchmark Press is Saskatchewan’s answer to publishing made easy. We will manage the entire publishing process for you, so that you can enjoy the finished product without dealing with the frustrations associated with publishing.

3. Can you guarantee that my book/calendar will sell?

Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee book/calendar sales because it depends on consumer demand. However, we will work with you to maximize your product’s marketing potential. Please look under “Marketing” in the calendar development and book publishing process sections of this website for more information on Benchmark Press’ unique marketing strategies.

4. Does your company publish all book genres?

Yes, as long as your book does not include hateful, vulgar, discriminatory, prejudicial or plagiarized material.

5. When will I receive my royalties?

With Benchmark Press you receive royalties as soon as you sell a book/calendar because you are in charge of the sales. You will receive and fulfill all book/calendar order forms and earn all of the profits from your sales.

6. Is it possible to include either an index or table of contents in my book?

Benchmark Press wants to ensure that you are satisfied with your book. If necessary, our creative team will work with you to create a table of contents and/or an Index for your book.

7. Are there any restrictions regarding the size of book/calendar I can produce?


8. Will Benchmark Press scan photos for my book/calendar?

Yes, we will be more than happy to scan and incorporate your photos into your project.

9. Are there any limitations to the number of photos/graphics that I can use in my book?

No. However, you should always keep in mind the type of book you are creating. For example, an art book should contain more photos than a novel. In general, a book should contain more writing than graphics/photos.

If your questions have not been answered, please call us at (306) 522-9326 or email, and we will be more than happy to answer all of your questions.