Servando González is a Cuban-born American writer.
He received his training as a historian at the University of
Havana. He has written books, essays, articles, and multimedia
on Cuban and Latin American history, intelligence and espionage,
semiotics, hypertext, and art history.
González is the author of Historia herética
de la revolución fidelista (San Francisco, 1986);
Observando (San Francisco, 1986), The Secret Fidel
Castro: Deconstructing the Symbol (Oakland, 2001), The
Nuclear Deception: Nikita Khrushchev and the Cuban Missile Crisis
(2002), and La madre de todas las conspiraciones: una novela
de ideas subversivas (2005).
His articles have been published in many magazines, newspapers,
and Web sites in the U.S. and abroad. Servando is an Apple Macintosh
certified multimedia developer, and has authored many computer
programs, among them: Hypertext for Beginners, Popol
Vuh: An Interactive Text/Graphics Adventure, The Riddle
of the Swastika: A Study in Symbolism, and How to Create
Your Own Personal Intelligence Agency. He has created many
Web sites for himself and for others; among them CastroMania:
The Fidel Watch, Tyrant Aficionado, The Swastika
and the Nazis, and Memoirs of a Computer Heretic.
Servando is available for lectures on any of the subjects mentioned
in his books. You may contact him at servandoglez05 [at]
yahoo [period] com.