PSG Careers and Culture

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Careers & Culture2018-10-04T09:19:00-04:00

At PSG, we love what we do. We are creative, editorial, technical, production and multilingual experts—and we’re always on the lookout for people just like us. PSG’s executive staff averages more than 20+ years each in the publishing industry. Around this core staff, we assemble the most reliable resources in the industry to precisely fit each project’s needs. Our internal team is made up of the most talented, driven, smart and thoughtful individuals in the industry. We work hard, play hard and manage our client’s projects with care, dedication and a smile.

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PSG’s Favorite Cups of Joe

Behind every great professional is a great source of caffeine. One of the reasons I work as a barista is for the endless supply of free coffee—I basically need it to survive. Most of the staff at PSG feel the same way, but all of us take our coffee [...]

PSG Playlist: Our Favorites

Ask someone what their absolute favorite song is, and odds are they’ll have difficulty choosing just one. The staff here at PSG are no exception. I went around the office to compile a list of everybody’s favorite songs, but could only get an answer by ensuring it only had [...]

PSG Bookshelf: Our Childhood Favorites

by Erin Sherry, Spring 2018 Intern As a creative writing major pursuing a career in publishing, it might not come as a surprise that books have always been important to me. From memorizing P.D. Eastman’s Go, Dog. Go! at age two to penning whole volumes of fan fiction inspired by [...]

The Great Debate: Pens vs. Pencils

Which is better: pens or pencils? It’s a controversy that has been plaguing academia for centuries. Math teachers often tout pencils as superior due to the paramountcy of the eraser. But does the ability to erase mistakes always translate to preference? Well, here at PSG, that doesn’t seem to [...]

PSG’s Kryptonite: The Staff’s Favorite Superheroes

Over the past few years, superheroes have emerged as Hollywood’s victors. Between the Avengers series, Wonder Woman and the many incarnations of Spider-Man, the hype hasn’t faltered. Here are some of PSG’s favorite heroes! Annette’s favorite is Wonder Woman. She’s been waiting a long time for a female superhero, and believes [...]

Cookie Swap: Sweet Treats at PSG

Every year for the holidays, I’ll bake hundreds of cookies. For two full days, every flat surface in my house will be covered with ingredients, baking trays, dough, and freshly baked cookies. It hasn’t always been such a big production at my house. It all started with one cookie: Walnut [...]

PSG Bookshelf: Biographies

The reality of living in New England during the winter is that it is very cold and snowy. Why not escape that reality, stay indoors, and read about other people’s lives? Here are some of the PSG staff’s favorite biographies and autobiographies. One of Kate’s top choices is Mindy Kaling’s Why is [...]

Intern Spotlight: Meet Alison

As far back as I can remember, I’ve been the modest bookworm type. Always the soft-spoken one and often referred to as “quiet Alison,” it’s taken me awhile to accept and embrace my introvert’s personality. Although I’ll never be the life of the party, I like to think of [...]

PSG Winterfest 2017

For the holiday season, Lori treated the PSG team to dinner at the Capital Grille in Burlington, MA. While dining on delicious steaks, fresh and crisp salads, savory fries, creamy mashed potatoes, as well as other incredibly yummy food, we enjoyed each others company and conversation. Ending the dinner [...]

PSG Favorites: Video Games

One of my favorite ways to unwind after work or on the weekend is by playing video games. Here are some of our staff’s favorite games to play! Don jokes that Adobe InDesign is his favorite “game” because he’s so good at it. But as far as console games go, [...]

PSG Picks: Our Favorite Mystery & Crime Books!

Halloween is over, and with it, the sense of mystery and spookiness, but that doesn’t mean we can’t submerge ourselves in a good mystery or crime book! Here are what some of us at PSG have to say about our favorite books and authors when we’re seeking suspense. Nora loves [...]

PSG Reads: Our Favorite Nonfiction

Fall is a great time to curl up with a good book, and it’s no surprise that we love to read at PSG! This week we asked our staff about nonfiction. Here are some of our favorite titles: Nora loves In Cold Blood by Truman Capote. The first nonfiction book [...]

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