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Established in 2003, CambridgeEditors is an independent firm dedicated to providing superior editorial services for a wide range of clients. Our diverse clientele includes, but is not limited to, Academics, Creative Writers, and Corporations. We edit texts of all varieties, such as: scholarly monographs, chapters, and journal articles; dissertations and master’s theses; novels and other forms of fiction; poetry; websites; undergraduate essays; proposals and application essays; and institutional materials, brochures, advertising, and reports.

Client Testimonials

I am happy to say that the book manuscript is done. I am also happy to say that Cambridge University Press has selected my manuscript for a special Global Promotion. They select 100 new titles (from across the board from STEM to Arts) so this is the LAW book – to sell them regularly but also to with the support of CUP impramature a unique new form of Open Access – through CUP – to launch and advertise the book globally with a special compagnie as well. This means that it will become the book of my field. I am super excited and feel very lucky.” –Law Professor, May 2023

“First off Tom, I want to thank you for the thorough quality of your work. I wasn’t anticipating historical editing, but I got such a big kick out of it.  Some of it I was not aware of… there was always a thought process with all of your suggestions. I want to thank you especially for catching the use of the word “wonder” two times in the final sentence of chapter one!  You saved me a huge embarrassment.  That kind of mistake would have lost me readers right out of the gate.  Cudos!  I was so far lost in it, that I didn’t see that.  That was a real eye-opener for me.” ~Novelist, February, 2023

“Andrew, thank you very much for sending the edited file. I’ve had a quick look at it, and everything looks good! We will implement the edits in the coming weeks and let you know if we have any further questions. Thanks for providing such a reliable editing service!” -Goethe University Frankfurt Faculty, February 2023

“Harte, I am not sure if you remember me or not since it has been quite a spell, but you edited for me when I was in grad school… I have a colleague who is entering the dissertation phase of her doctorate program, and I told her you are unequivocally the very best at what you do and someone I would not hesitate to use again. This year I have finally made the move from corporate to the wilds of academia so that time will soon be approaching. Tenure track means I will definitely require some research to be edited by a knockout editor! … Harte, the best editor I have ever worked with and the Founder of CambridgeEditors.”  ~ Faculty at Northeastern State University, Department of Business & Technology, January 2023

Recent Edits

The Ethnographic Mind: The Quartet, Professor of Sociology, The New School for Social Research

“The clausal structure of L2 grammars: Verb placement preferences in immigrant Korean L2 German speakers,” Faculty, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Producer-Intermediary Training, Contract Trade, and Quality Upgrading in an Agricultural Supply Chain,” Faculty, University of Hong Kong

“The clausal structure of L2 grammars: Verb placement preferences in immigrant Korean L2 German speakers,” Faculty, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Producer-Intermediary Training, Contract Trade, and Quality Upgrading in an Agricultural Supply Chain,” Faculty, University of Hong Kong

“Combining Reaction-Time Distributions to Conserve Shape,” Article, Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania, Department of Psychology 

“Do Political Conflicts Influence Daily Consumption Choices?: Evidence from the US-China Trade Conflict,” Article, Faculty at Goethe University Frankfurt, Department of Marketing

Child Rights, Legal Theory and Social Advocacy, Book, Faculty at Leeds Law School, Forthcoming from Cambridge University Press 

How Come When It’s Thunderin’ You Can’t See The Moon, Memoir, Faculty at the New School for Social Research 

“Demand and Distortions across Industries,” Article, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at Harvard University

“Does the road of purpose reach the land of profit? Review of Grow the Pie: How Great Companies Deliver Both Purpose and Profit,” Article, Faculty at EDHEC Business School

“Factor-Mimicking Portfolios for Consumer Expectations using Machine Learning Algorithms,” Article, Faculty at Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Electricity Borne: Shards of Lodestone, Middle-Grade Novel, Independent Author



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Edits from Boston

Seeing Beatrice: Transfiguration of Eros and The Birth of Compassion in Dante’s Commedia, Boston University

The Meaning of Freedom in Kashmir: c.1200 to 1900 History, Tufts University, Department of History

The Record, Alumni Magazine, Boston University School of Law

Image and Polity in Rousseau’s Lévite d’Ephraïm, Suffolk University

Including Girls: System-Level Juvenile Justice Reforms to Meet Girls’ Developmental Needs, Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project, Boston College School of Law

Adaptive Boosting for Automatic Speech Recognition, Northeastern University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Author of Innovating in Healthcare, Regina Herzlinger is the Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School (HBS). Herzlinger’s newest contribution to the field was edited by Andrew Bond of CambridgeEditors in conjunction with Wiley Publishers. It was released on March 15, 2022, and is now available for order.


May Special

In honor of Mother’s Day, CambridgeEditors is offering 10% off works related to reproductive rights and freedoms.