Summer, Creativity, and the Newest Interns—Welcome

With the arrival of June and the first of many slow, sunny afternoons, summer appears to linger just around the corner. As the season launches into full swing, CambridgeEditors welcomes many new projects, an air-conditioner primed and ready for New England humidity, and the newest members of the team: interns Cara Haley and Talia Rochmann.

Writers take note: CambridgeEditors is currently offering a summer special of a 15% discount for novels, autobiographies, poetry, memoirs or other creative work over 100 pages in length. Harness your creativity and write with abandon!

Introducing Cara Haley

 CaraTina - CopyHello! I am a recent graduate of Hope College, a small, liberal arts school on the west coast of Michigan. I return to my homeland in Boston area with the charmingly similar degrees of English Literature major and Creative Writing minor, and the delightful prospect of a summer spent with CambridgeEditors. While at school I enjoyed a variety of activities from writing for the school newspaper and attempting to sail with the sailing team, to creating ridiculous memories with my sorority and editing ever-amusing student papers at the library writing center.

This summer I look forward to crossing titles off my summer reading list, discovering what life is like as a post-grad, and joining the ranks of CambridgeEditors intern-bloggers.

Cheers to fun-reading, Cara

Introducing Talia Rochmann

CE-InternI’m a senior Writing, Literature, and Publishing major at Emerson College interested in weird fiction and various forms of editing. I currently copyedit for Stork, a student-run literary magazine, as well as edit and design the Undergraduates for Publishing website and blog. I subsist almost entirely on homemade burritos, speculative fiction, and envying apartments with roof gardens.

I hope to not only become an expert CambridgeEditors signal-booster this summer but also acquire a bike and be able to perfectly swirl frozen yogurt.

Best, Talia Rochmann

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