A day in the life of Current World Archaeology
Hi there! We are Current World Archaeology, the international sister magazine to Current Archaeology (See their Day of Archaeology post here).
This Day of Archaeology has been a very busy Friday for the CWA team. Yesterday we signed off issue 66 of the magazine, and so today we have been approving all the pages with our designers, before they are whisked away to the printers. After all that work, it was only fair we celebrated by eating rather a lot of cake.
The work doesn’t stop after signing-off the magazine though. We then have to film and edit videos for our YouTube channel, upload articles to our website, and plan what is coming up in our next issue!
Even in our spare time we are working hard – Emma, our Marketing Manager, is spending her lunch break revising for the Viva presentation of her Masters degree in Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology, which she is giving early next week – good luck Emma! Our Editor-in-Chief, Andrew Selkirk, popped into the office today having just arrived back in the UK after some fantastic trips abroad to China and Greece – he is busy planning some fantastic new articles for future issues of CWA. Tiffany, from our Sales team, who studied Egyptology at University is busy eyeing up the new Egyptology books that have come into the office for review, and Polly, our Editorial Assistant, is busy creating a video for this Day of Archaeology post! Check out the video of Current Publishing’s Day of Archaeology below:
We have loved seeing all the Day of Archaeology posts coming in from all around the world! We hope you all had a great day – see you next year!
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Editorial Assistant, Current World Archaeology