Schwartz, Stephen (Alfred)

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SCHWARTZ, Stephen (Alfred)

SCHWARTZ, Stephen (Alfred). Also writes as S. Solsona. American, b. 1948. Genres: History, Politics/Government, International relations/Current affairs, Travel/Exploration. Career: City of San Francisco (magazine), San Francisco, CA, staff writer, 1975; Re/Search Publications, San Francisco, staff writer, 1977-; The Alarm, San Francisco, editor, 1980-83; Pacific Ship- per Weekly, San Francisco, senior editor, 1981-84; Sailors' Union of the Pacific, San Francisco, historian, 1983-86; Institute for Contemporary Studies, San Francisco, senior editor and fellow, 1984-89; San Francisco Chronicle, staff writer, 1989-. Publications: (trans.) Antinarcissus, 1969; Hidden Locks, 1972; A Sleepwalker's Guide to San Francisco, 1983; Brotherhood of the Sea, 1986; (ed.) The Transition, 1986; (with V. Alba) Spanish Marxism vs. Soviet Communism, 1988; Heaven's Descent, 1990; A Strange Silence, 1992. AS S. SOLSONA: Incidents from the Life of Benjamin Peret, 1981. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: San Francisco Chronicle, 901 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103, U.S.A.