Tatpoligraf (Tatar Poligrafic Enterprise) was a printing trust formed in 1927 to consolidate printing houses in the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic that were outside the jurisdiction of Tatgosizdat (Tatar State Publishing House). The Vostok Lithography (at 4 Kazanskaia Street, Kazan) as well as the Proletarskoe Slovo (Proletarian Word) Lithography in Kazan were under Tatpoligraf management.
Tatgosizdat publishing house reportedly first served as the printing department of the Tatar-Bashkir Commissariat and it was in charge of Chuvashpechat, the publishing house of the Mari Autonomous and Perm regions. In 1919-20, the publisher was made a branch of the State Publishing House of the RSFSR under the administration of Tatnarkompros (Tatar Commissariat for Public Education). In 1927, Tatgosizdat was reorganized as Tatizdat (Tatar State Publishing). Tatgosizdat/Tatizdat published works chiefly in the languages of Russian and Tatar.