FREELANCE WRITER providing quality service since 1995 - ANGIE MANGINO  journalist / book reviewer
About
ANGIE MANGINO            
      E-mail: AngieMangino@aol.com               

EDUCATION:  B.A. English   Fordham University
 
ARTICLE PUBLICATIONS

Newspaper:
Freelance reporter for local newspaper - Staten Island Register 1997 – 2005
Previous newspaper publications:
Midland Beach Beacon
South Shore Business Alliance Tornado

Other Print:
Staten  Island Parent Magazine
Woman’s Day Magazine
Mothers’ Miracles Anthology
Fashion Market
Canadian Miner
Standard
Between the Lines
Toward Freedom
Encyclopedia of the U.S.Government and the Environment (ABC-CLIO)

Online:
Staten Island Now
Neighborhood America
Busy Freelancer
Writers Weekly
 
Book Reviewer:
Inscriptions Magazine
ForeWord
Catholic Press Association
Atlantic Publishing Company
Sacramento Book Review
San Francisco Book Review
Indie Reader
Chanticleer Book Reviews


Content Editor:

Redmond Worldwide

 
Copy Editor:

A Stirring in the North Fork by Mark Torres
Skin Dance by Arthur Smukler
Dolls Like Us by Sharon Farnham
Short story by Pedro Luna
Sweet Monsters by Pedro Luna

 
Critique of Manuscripts:

A Stirring in the North Fork by Mark Torres
Skin Dance by Arthur Smukler



Television Appearances:
50 Plus Community TV interview about Tottenville research & writing
WNBC - Gabe Pressman’s report on Tottenville

AWARDS & HONORS:
            1997 CNW/FFWA Writing Competition
9th Honorable Mention for previously published article “Friendship Elevates Our Lives”

            1999 Manuscript Depot Pre-launch contest winner
            1999 Premier Grant - Council on the Arts & Humanities Staten Island (COAHSI) for History of Tottenville workshop held September 1999 at Our Lady Help of Christians
            2000 New York Public Library sponsored History of Tottenville workshop
held June 2000
            2002 Staten Island Woman in History - N.Y. State Assembly Citation 
            2002-2003-2004 Catholic Press Association Book Awards judge 
            2013 Accepted as member into ASJA (American Society of Journalists and Authors)