Stephen Francis Tomajczyk
Stephen Francis Tomajczyk (a.k.a., SF Tomajczyk) is an American
Born: March 30, 1960 Newport, RIEducation: University of Michigan
Career:CW Communications, Peterborough, NH, new products editor, 1982-83; SoftSide Publications, Amherst, NH, senior editor and associate publisher, 1983-84; Ultimate Press, Nashua, NH, marketing communications director, 1984-88; Franklin Pierce College, senior lecturer, 1985-88; Rivier College, senior lecturer, 1988-91; New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services, Concord, public information officer, 1988-96; American Journal of Health Communications, founder and managing editor, 1995-2001; DisasterMagazine.com, editor-in-chief, 2001-03; New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services, Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, 2003-Present. People Magazine, former correspondent; guest on television and radio programs; guest speaker before writers groups, 1984-Present.
Publications:Eyes on the Gold: An Advanced Training Manual for Running Events, 1986; The Children's Writers' Marketplace, 1987; Dictionary of the Modern United States Military, 1996; U.S. Elite Counterterrorist Forces, 1997; Bomb Squad, 1999; 101 Ways to Survive the Y2K Crisis, 1999; Carrier Battle Group, 2000; Modern U.S. Navy Destroyers, 2001; U.S. Counterterrorist Forces, 2002; Blackhawk!, 2003; To Be a U.S. Marine, 2004. Contributor to health communications manuals. Contributor of poetry to magazines. Contributor to a variety of magazines, including Writer's Digest, Yankee, and People.
Agents:Richard Curtis Literary Agency, New York CIty (books)George Hall / Check Six, San Francisco (photography)
Source(s): Who's Who in America, Contemporary Authors, Gale's Writer's Directory
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