Roy Sablosky

I am an editor and writer specializing in science and philosophy. I am the chief copyeditor for several peer-reviewed journals, and I have copyedited ten books for University of California Press. I have edited work in (for example) sociology, urban planning, water resources management, civil engineering, and quantum mechanics. I have written on sociology of religion, philosophy of science, and many technical subjects. My technical background includes information architecture and CMS design for dozens of websites. Write to me at roy-dot-sablosky at sablosky-dot-com, or call (301) 919-0229.

Author feedback

I really appreciate your editing, comments, and suggestions. I’m really impressed with your work. Wow.
—Loren Kajikawa, author of Sounding Race in Rap Songs, University of California Press, 2015

Roy Sablosky did a superlative job copyediting the manuscript.
—Victor Tan Chen, acknowledgment in Cut Loose: Jobless and Hopeless in an Unfair Economy, University of California Press, 2015

Reader feedback (from Amazon reviews of Hans Thewissen’s The Walking Whales)

I’ve read a lot of good books lately on marine life and its prehistory, but Thewissen’s stands out. He simply does everything right. —Matthew A. Bille

One of the best paleontology books I have read … so delightful and well written, that I could hardly put it down. —Richard D. Norris

Highly readable and entertaining. —Benjamin A. Tagle

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“Does Religion Foster Generosity?” a peer-reviewed article on the sociology of religion (behind a paywall; email me for a preprint)
Science briefs like those in the first few pages of Science and Nature
Year in Review for a trade organization
“Newton and the Next Million Years” an essay in the philosophy-of-science tradition
Site administrator’s guide back-end documentation for a site built in Plone
Content governance guidelines for users of a content management system based on Magnolia