New York, NY, March 06, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Serial entrepreneur and media industry veteran Fred B. Tarter announced today the formation of The Reader’s Guild, a new boutique publishing company that will publish and promote both classic favorites and beloved contemporary titles in a variety of formats for the modern reader. One of primary missions of The Reader’s Guild will be to curate the best content from timeless bestsellers as well as self-published authors, and build anthology series grouped by genre or author.
Today’s readers have access to an overwhelming amount of reading material and often end up consuming “empty calories” instead of quality content that is also enjoyable. The Reader’s Guild will navigate the current climate of available books and select only premium titles for their exclusive anthologies.
“As an avid reader myself, I know firsthand how difficult it can be to find quality reading material among the vast range of available content,” said Fred B. Tarter, President and CEO. “We aim to make that process easier by providing first-rate titles and anthologies, all selected by a panel of proven reviewers and editors, to people who have little time to navigate this broad landscape.”
The Reader’s Guild will publish one-of-a-kind anthologies and books in both trade paperback and hardcover, e-books, and audiobooks for sale at Amazon, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Google and Kobo, as well as other major retailers.
Please visit The Reader’s Guild website for additional information.
About The Readers Guild, LLC:
The Readers Guild, LLC and its predecessor companies trace their history back to 1963 when publishing industry veteran, Fred B. Tarter, published the largest selling folk music magazine, Hootenanny. Over the next five decades, Tarter published SEW (the magazine for women published for The Singer Sewing Machine Company) and The Burger King Kid’s Club, and had leading management roles in magazine publishing, book publishing, motion picture distribution and television production. He served for 28 years as Chairman of Screenvision, America’s leading cinema advertising provider, and is also the producer of several award-winning television motion pictures. Tarter is a lifelong member of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the British Academy of Film & Television Arts, the Producer’s Guild of America and the legendary entertainment fraternity, the Friars Club. He is also a recent member of The Mystery Writers of America. Tarter has been honored continuously since 1970 Who’s Who in America, and Who’s Who in Entertainment.
For media inquiries, please contact:
The Reader’s Guild, LLC
(212) 679-3800 x.227