Specialized Editing


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.

Collection of 2021 Edits

Alternative Iran: Contemporary Art and Critical Spatial Practice, Faculty, Visual and Performing Arts College at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; Forthcoming from Stanford University Press, 2022

The Soft City: On Voyeurism and Engagement, Faculty, The New School for Social Research, published by Columbia University Press, 2022

Dante and the Medieval Alexander, Faculty, Romance Languages and Literatures Department at Harvard University; Forthcoming from Princeton University Press

Monism and the Child, Faculty, University of Leeds Law School; Forthcoming from Cambridge University Press

The Long Millennium and the Chieftain Ascendency, Faculty, Department of Architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Forthcoming from Routledge

“Taking Changes? The Effect of CEO Risk Propensity on Firms’ Risky Internationalization Decisions,” Faculty, EDHEC Business School Finance Department, published in the Journal of International Business Studies

Clara Wu and the Rescue Series, Young Adult Fantasy Author

Client Testimonials

“When Cambridgeeditors had a 2012 Memorial Day Special for stories with a military theme I chose them to proofread my first book, The Purple Heart. Then in 2018, I published a short story collection because, do passionate writers ever just write one book? 

      And now, Felicia Lee, the editor who has been with me from the beginning, has edited three of my five-book Asian American young adult fantasy series, the Clara Wu Books. This series was launched during the lockdown and she’s been able to keep up with the aggressive editing schedule. 

      During this whole time, the great people at Cambridge Editors, especially Dr. Weiner, have been accommodating in my writing journey to bring more genuine Asian American stories to the market.” ~Independent Author, June 2022, Current Edit: Book Four in Series

“I have benefited tremendously from working with Janina on my book manuscript and am grateful to you for pairing us together. I’m writing now with a time-sensitive request…. I would like to work with Janina on this project and am prepared to move quickly to secure her services (line editing).” ~English Language and Literature Department Faculty, University of South Carolina, June 2022

“I am returning to Cambridge Editors with a second manuscript after I received very quick and competent copy-editing service in early February this year. Thank you very much for your service.” ~Linguistics Department Faculty, Georgia Institute of Technology, May 2022

“I have had the privilege to stumble onto CambridgeEditors during my difficult times. My everlastingly patient editor, Tom Sullivan, has been direct, loyal, and passionate. Not only did Tom edit my books, but he also orchestrated the technological piece of it in converting them as eBook or print on demand and releasing them for me on Amazon. Thank you, Tom! Thank you, CambridgeEditors, Dr. Weiner, thank you so much.” ~Independent Author of short stories and novella, April 2022

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Recent Edits

Motherhood and Childhood in Silvina Ocampo’s Works, Book Manuscript; Faculty, The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, Hanover College; Forthcoming from Wales University Press

Zoology and Victorian Literature, Monograph; Faculty, Department of English Language and Literature, University of South Carolina

“Is Buffet Right? The Stock Market Valuation of the Most Visible Intangible,” Article; Faculty, EDHEC Business School

“Life and language of South Korean immigrant workers in Germany: L2 German syntax and sociolinguistic factors,” Article; Faculty, Department of Linguistics, Georgia Institute of Technology

The Brooklyn Boys: Hip-Hop Calligraphy, Book Manuscript; Faculty, Department of Sociology, The New School for Social Research

Laws of the Land: Fengshui and the State in Qing Dynasty China, Book Manuscript; Faculty, History Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Forthcoming from Princeton University Press

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 is currently being edited by Andrew Bond of CambridgeEditors in conjunction with Wiley Publishers. It will be released on March 15, 2022, and is now available for pre-order.


July Special

This July, CambridgeEditors is offering a 10% discount on editorial services for works with an included focus on economics.