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Founded in 1999, at the dawn of the digital era, New York based E-Reads is the oldest independent eBook publisher in the field and an innovative leader in the modern book industry. Her founder and current President is Richard Curtis, president of Richard Curtis Associates, Inc., a leading New York literary agent and well-known author advocate. He is also the author of numerous works of fiction and non-fiction, including several books about the publishing industry. Richard Curtis was the first president of the Independent Literary Agents Association and President of the Association of Authors' Representatives. He has had a long and active participation in the Science Fiction Writers of America, including fifteen years serving as agent for the organization. In 1994, he was named recipient of the Romance Writers of American Industry Award for Distinguished Service to Authors. He is married and has two children. He currently resides in Manhattan.
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On January 20, 2001, E-Reads, in cooperation with New World Publishers, brought John Norman back in print again. The author had revised his entire series, 25 volumes at that time, and was eager to publish the 26th installment, Witness of Gor, which had been largely ready and waiting since 1990.
After Tarnsman of Gor and Outlaw of Gor in January followed Priest-Kings of Gor and Nomads of Gor in August, 2001, and on August 16, 2002, the long-awaited Witness of Gor was released.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Gorean Saga, E-Reads decided to reprint the entire series, and on June 1, 2007, all 26 Gor books were republished, together with reprints of John Norman's non-fiction work Imaginative Sex, and his Telnarian Histories, consisting of The Chieftain, The Captain and The King.
On November 10, 2008, Prize of Gor followed, on August 27, 2009, E-Reads published a new collection of short stories by John Norman, entitled Norman Invasions, and on November 23, 2009, Kur of Gor was published. The next book in the series, Swordsmen of Gor, is scheduled for November, 2010.
E-Reads also published an eBook Edition.
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