About Margaret Jean Campbell
Publishing since 1968
I started ITW Group in 1999. Before that I had been publishing since I was a sophomore in high school. My publishing journey started when I discovered silk screening in art classes and realized I could print hundreds of posters from a single sheet of silk mounted in a frame. I was hooked.
My first formal job in publishing was in medical textbook publishing for Saunders Publishing in Philadelphia (purchased by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich and Harcourt was acquired by Reed Elsevier — now RELX — in 2001). Through the many years following that first job, I’ve been working in all kinds of publishing and when computers first appeared, I bought the first graphics-enabled PC so that I could publish topographic maps for exploration geologists. At that time software was sold on single floppy disks for hundreds of dollars for each disk, and my circa 1982 computer and printer cost $6,000. I was willing to save up for any technology that would help me publish. When Apple appeared, I rented time on the Apple computers at a Kinkos in Texas and started a magazine for parents, Austin Family Magazine. I was determined to publish, no matter what!
I’ve designed pages and ads and created print and digital art for national magazines, daily newspapers, books, websites, posters, billboards… just about any type of publishing project. I’ve had to solve a lot of printing and publishing problems and have years of experience to draw upon.
I know how to get things published, I know the difference it makes to see your work in print and online, and I want to help you get published… easily and swiftly.
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