We’re committed to supporting Aboriginal, Indigenous, First Nations, and Torres Strait Islander people, People Of Color, Asian, Pacific Islander, Black, Queer/LGBTQIA+, Neurodivergent, and disabled people, Refugees, Migrants, and otherwise underrepresented members of our community.
We aim to support folks not only through our words, but through our business practices and guidelines.
Lunaseeker Press a welcoming and affirming environment for people of all genders, races, ages, class, body sizes, sexualities, religious backgrounds, citizenship, and housing status. Black lives matter, and all are welcome here.
We believe in the power of small business to nurture the growth of the indie publishing community.
Acknowledgement Of Country
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we work, live, and publish. We pay our deepest respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging.
We recognize and celebrate the continuing connection of Indigenous Australians to their Country, cultures, and communities. We honor the wisdom, knowledge, and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We’re committed to listening, learning, and working in partnership with Indigenous Australians to create a more inclusive and respectful society.
Our goal is to ensure everyone who interacts with our organization feels welcomed, valued, and respected.
We’re committed to fostering a culture of inclusion where all members of our community feel safe to express their opinions, beliefs, and ideas. Diversity isn’t just about representation, but also creating equitable for all individuals to succeed and reach their full potential.
We strive to create an inclusive community that supports diversity at all levels. We believe that diverse perspectives enhance our decision-making processes and contribute to the success of the publishing industry.
To make our shared spaces more inclusive and fair, we aim to consider the needs of all marginalized groups and understand that privilege is intersectional. We won’t allow any words or actions that could harm marginalized people, and we’ll monitor and moderate our spaces responsibly.
We prioritize impact over intention and hold ourselves accountable for our actions and emotions, because we’ll make mistakes and we welcome feedback, so we can learn and grow.
Likewise, we collaborate with businesses that share our values of fairness and equity. We use our platform to raise awareness, promote, and create space for underrepresented members of the publishing industry.
We’re making our social media and website more accessible by adding alt-text and image descriptions.
Furthermore, we offer discounted pricing to make our books more affordable and provide most of our content for free. Also, we offer all books and other written works without DRM restrictions.
We make our website more inclusive by ensuring a fast site speed, and optimizing for improved readability.
Our books are printed using a print-on-demand service to minimize environmental impact, and we encourage the use of digital copies to cut down on paper. Our top priority is making our works accessible to libraries and schools.
Working towards an inclusive community is important to us, and we wish to reflect those aims within our work.
Diversity and inclusion are ongoing efforts that require continuous learning, so we’re committed to regularly evaluating our practices and policies to ensure we’re creating a welcoming environment for all.
This is ongoing work, and we’re committed to that. We’re open to feedback, and you can get in touch via email.
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