Angie Mangino

Angie Mangino, a former investigative reporter for the Staten Island Register weekly newspaper, is a freelance journalist who has been providing quality service to editors since 1995.

Publications online and in print include articles on a variety of subjects, essays, and book reviews. She publishes Tottenville History and Book Review blogs.

Angie Mangino is the author of 17th Century Tottenville History Comes Alive, the first in a series, as well as contributing to seven books: 20/20 Vision; Independence; Everyday Joy; Mothers’ Miracles Anthology; Encyclopedia of the U.S. Government and the Environment (ABC-CLIO); How Big Can You Dream?; and Tell Your Story Spring 2023.

Her website hosts her full writing resume, media page, and her Tottenville History and Book Review blogs.


info Subjects


Religion & Spirituality
Government & Politics
Nature & Environment


Tottenville History

notepad Skills

  • Books
  • E-books
  • Editing
  • Essays
  • Feature writing
  • Investigative reporting
  • Profiles
  • Blog posts
  • Articles
  • Content marketing
  • Copywriting
  • News
  • Op-Ed
  • Social media

notepad Writing Credits

Staten Island Register, Women’s Day, Covey Club, Staten Island Parent, Fashion Market, Canadian Miner, Standard, Between the Lines, Toward Freedom, Staten Island Now, Neighborhood America, Busy Freelancer, Writer’s Weekly, Medium

notepad Book Credits

17th Century Tottenville History Comes Alive

Mothers’ Miracles

Encyclopedia of the US Government and the Environment

20/20 Vision

Everydaty Joy


How Big Can You Dream?

Tell Your Story Spring 2023

star Awards, Honors, Appointments

Premier Grant from the Council on the Arts & Humanities of Staten island

NY State Assembly Citation for Staten Island Woman in History

Selected Work

As author, unless indicated otherwise.


Growing Through Grief: Solo Travel and Finding Myself

My husband promised we’d see the world in retirement, but his life was cut short. In the essay I share a cruise to Panama that had me process my grief, remember past memories as I made new ones, and helped by adult children get to know me as a person.


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