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Edit a collection? Sponsor a book of a particular author? We are particularly interested in publishing books by women of color, queer and non-binary folks, and explore contemporary writing!
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Credits: This project is a collaborative effort of love made possible by the generosity of many direct and indirect contributors. Currently, Cita is fiscally sponsored by Educopia Institute with the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
General Contributors: Juan José Castro (Web Development Lead), Nate Angell (Mozilla Open Leaders mentor and friend), Tien Mimi Nguyen (Write Speak Code SF advocate), Jessica Meyerson (Principal Investigator – Cita Press: Getting Fit Project), Educopia Insitute.
Designers: Laura Savina, Jiwon Park, Lauren Smedley, Natalia Rojas, Jean Yang, Juliana Castro, Thais Jacoponi, Luce Terrason, Annika Leppaaho, Irina Koryagina, Kathy Mueller, Josie Bellini.
Writers/Editors: Catherine J. Golden, PhD, Heather Ostman, PhD, Bonnie Hurd Smith, Carol MacKay, PhD, Gabrielle Welsh, Marisol Bayona Román, Leigh Cuen, Soona Amhaz, Saga Arvidsdotter, Josie Bellini, Kiara Bickers, Audrey Chaing, Emily Faria, Janey Gak, Allie Eve Knox, Jordan Kong, Sarah Jamie Lewis, Mir Liponi, Beth McCarthy, Chrissa McFarlane, Lisa Neigut, Norika Kizawa, Chelsea Palmer, Anita Posch, Samantha Radocchia, Hannah Rosenberg, Kokab “Setareh” Shabanipour, Amber Scott, Alena Vranova, Leah Wald, Karima Williams, Joyce Yang, Linda Xie.
Other credits: Video Music: Fantasy by Podington Bear, Icons by Creative Mania, Llisole, Mungang Kim, Becris and corpus delicti and Luisa Iborra. Powered by The Noun Project, and licensed under CC, Pre-formated text: Project Gutemberg
Interior illustrations for The Yellow Wall-Paper: Jo. H. Hatfield, currently under public domain, Video voice: Kira Street, Bindery by Evan Brooks. Licensed under MIT License, Short video / gifs: From Giphy! If you consider this could be a more concrete credit, hit ups up!
Roboto and Bitter, distributed by Google Fonts. Licensed under OFL, Bluu, distributed by Open Foundry. Licensed under OFL.