Welcome to Sun Literary.

Specializing in writing and publications with vision.


Welcome

Welcome to Sun Literary, a woman-founded studio specializing in creative writing and publishing projects. I've been vision mapping, writing, and working with authors, editors, experts, agents, and publishers around the world for over 20 years. Collaborate with Me.

Migration of Sun

On my great-grandmother's desk in the attic of a horse barn, I envisioned a literary studio that would follow ancestral holistic philosophy, naming it Follow the Buffalo.  My work has journeyed many terrains since;  a migratory vision has remained both my map and horizon. About Sun's logo.

The Sunlit Project

At the intersection of our lives, our narratives offer parts of a whole lending itself to deeper meaning and connection.  Beginning this Summer 2020, Sun Lit has partnered with UNUM Magazine to present a special series mapping HER JOURNEY.  About The Sunlit Project.

About Sun and the Team

I am a published author, managing editor, and literary consultant based in Oklahoma with writer's residencies in California. I collaborate with authors, editors, a team of multicultural consultants, nonprofits, and publishers for various projects around the world. About Sun Lit.


Somewhere on the road, listening to a podcast or cello. With Cherokee and Basque blood in my veins, I will always be drawn to horizons.  It is the line I never stop reading.

Taken during my Blackbird Fellowship with A Room of Her Own Foundation at Ghost Ranch 2015. Abiquiú is Tewa Pueblo Country, a place immortalized by beloved artist Georgia O'Keeffe.  



"Light is sweet, and it pleases the eye to see the sun." – Ecclesiastes

Land Acknowledgement

In this digital age, Sun Literary has virtual agency worldwide and deeply values its relationships and partnerships within a globally diverse community. This company was first imagined on my great-grandmother's desk  in a horse barn on Monacan land in Virginia, flourished on Iipay-Tipay-Diegueño land in California, and was founded and continuously operates from the Cherokee capital of the state of Oklahoma, home to 39 tribes including the indigenous Osage, Caddo, Kiowa, Comanche and Wichita peoples.

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