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Publishing Projects

Need editorial management for your book project? Sun Lit has successfully worked with multicultural authors, agents, and publishers on digital and print book projects for publishing for over 20 years.  We offer a complimentary 30 minute email consultation on your project.

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Diversity Reviews

A global network of multicultural consultants are available for diversity reading  and expert review for cultural proficiency and craft excellence.  Meet some of our core experts, editors, and diversity (DEI, accessibility, and more) consultants and read about our ethos on shared progress.

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Literary Consultation

Sun Lit accepts a select roster of author projects for one-on-one consultation specializing in a unique method of vision mapping, editorial development, submissions and publishing consultation for multicultural women's, young adult, and children's literature. 

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What is multicultural reading and why not hire just one cultural expert? Read more here.


Sun Cooper's individual and collaborative publications have been featured in People; National Geographic; Rolling Stone; Gazette; Severine; NonDoc; American Cowboy; Hill Lily; Southern Writers; UNUM Magazine, and WAVES: A Confluence of Women's Voices.

Sun Lit's client projects have included editorial reviews, manuscript critique, developmental editing, independent publishing projects, and client book projects for hybrid, indie, and traditional publishing. Some of Sun Lit's author-to-publisher and publisher collaborations include Barnes and Noble Press, Lulu, KDP, Artisan Books, Chronicle, She Writes, Familius, National Geographic, Seventy Seven Press, Heinemann Publisher and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and more.

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Supportive Publishing

Sun Literary has supported and served as advisor to the following literary publications.

A Room of Her Own Foundation

In 2020, A Room of Her Own celebrated its twentieth anniversary of advocacy of women's voices worldwide. Find open-access submissions for women to share their stories and creative work  at  AROHO.


A global magazine dedicated to highlighting and celebrating women, of diverse backgrounds, by sharing their personal stories and achievements. Find The Sunlit Project at UNUM.

Sun Lit's Recommended Book List

Want to check out Sun Lit's book recommendations for writing & craft, cultural intelligence, and good reading? Also includes blogs, newsletters, and podcasts you might enjoy. Some of Sun Lit's core multicultural reviewers and their work is proudly featured here. This list is organic and growing. Browse here.

Translation and Translanguaging Services

 In need of excellent translation or translanguaging services? Sun Lit recommends Translata. Ask for Gina.


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On assignment with American Cowboy some years ago for a conservation article featuring Tejon Ranch in Northern California, I brought my son with me and we rode to the top of the range with local vaqueros. In these foothills lived the Tejon Tribal ancestors, more originally known as the Kitanemuk People.  While the vaqueros told my son about the history of this place, I took this image of the Tehachapi Range straddling the southern Sierra Mountains.

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Alt Text: Sun Literary's accompanying logo of migrating circles in warm ochre-paint appears up top.  Midway, various logos of publishers Sun Lit and its clients have worked with appear in a mosaic grid. AROHO and UNUM block-lettered logos precede their descriptions. A last image features a wide, verdant vista of the Tehachapi Mountain Range under a cloudy sky.

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