A dynamic website for Cita Press, a feminist open-source digital library publishing books by women.
Thank you for your interest in Cita. Here you’ll find how to contribute, suggest, reproduce. There are many ways to help. Please take a look at this document, and if you still have some questions, feel free to reach out.
💻For developers and experience designers: You’ll find our How-to-Contribute guidelines and our issues. Feel free to suggest things that you think would improve Cita’s UX/UI experience, but don’t file an issue to ask a question.
🖍For artists, illustrators and graphic designers: Please head over to our books repository to see the current list of books we are working on and the work that has to be done for each of them.
📖For writers and editors: Please head over to our books repository to see the current list of books we are working on and the work that has to be done for each of them. If you are an editor, a careful reader or a writer familiar with Markdown and Github, please take a look at our soon-to-be books, and read over them, comment.
We want to create a safe and generous space for everyone. This virtual space, as well as any other of Cita's collaborative spaces, is subject to our