We find ourselves on one of the last surviving days of summer, toiling away at our usual tasks: querying editors, corresponding with clients, running the blog, and of course, drinking tea. It’s been a busy week here at CambridgeEditors, with an influx of new clients keeping us vigilant and occupied.
We’ve recently worked on a manuscript on the subject of Polish cinema and literature at the tail end of the Soviet Union, written by an Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literature at the University of Southern California. The piece seeks to answer questions surrounding the collapse of an empire and the beginning of an uncertain future through the lense of creativity.
Another recent project we’ve worked on is the annual report of The David Project, a nonprofit dedicated to educating campus communities around Boston about Judaism and Israel. Seeking to address a widespread lack of understanding of the Jewish faith, the project targets both Jewish and non-Jewish students to dispel confusion and foster new understanding of the Jewish State.
Our editor proofread the report, meticulously checking for mistakes in grammar, spelling, punctuation and syntax.
Comparatively, an additional project we have recently received is an article on socio-economic factors on immigrant happiness. Submitted to us by a tenured professor at Boston College, it grapples with the relationship between immigration, money and happiness. Can all three coexist at once? In the coming weeks, we shall find out.
(image from drozthegoodlife.com)