Freelance Writer – Multi Media
angela [at] stuartsantiago.com
EDSA UNO, A Narrative and Analysis with Notes on Dos & Tres. Foreword by Ninotchka Rosca. Afterword by Patricio N. Abinales. Published by Pulang Lupa Foundation, September 2013. 448 pages.
The Filipino is Worth Blogging For. Co-authored with Katrina Stuart Santiago. July 2012. 328 pages. <http://worthbloggingfor.com/>
REVOLUTIONARY ROUTES: Five stories of incarceration, exile, murder, and betrayal in Tayabas Province, 1891-1980. Foreword by Reynaldo C. Ileto. StuartSantiago Publishing & Pulang Lupa Foundation. August 2011. 386 pages. <http://revolutionaryroutesbook.com/>
HIMAGSIKAN SA EDSA – WALANG HIMALA! Won an Honourable Mention, Filipino Essay category, in the Philippine Centennial Literary Contest, August 1998. Published by the Foundation for Worldwide People Power, February 2000. 250 pages.
CHRONOLOGY OF A REVOLUTION, 1986. Foreword by Nick Joaquin. Volume One of “Duet for EDSA” published by the Foundation for Worldwide People Power, February 1996. 226 pp. Won the National Book Award for Documentation, Sept 1997.
Editor, with Jorge Arago, EXPLORING SOUL & SOCIETY — PAPERS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT by Maximo T. Kalaw, Jr. published by Anvil, May 1997. 170 pp.
Translator, Filipino to English. KABUOAN: A VALUES TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM FOR MORAL RECOVERY developed by Maximo T.Kalaw, Jr. for the Philippine Institute of Alternative Futures (PIAF). 120 pages. February-March 1993.
Story & Script, Loveletter. Comicbook on Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) produced for U.S. A.I.D.’s AIDS Control and Prevention Program (AIDSCAP) by The Art Guild for Education and Commnication, 1997.
COLUMNS / ESSAYS
Today. “CODE-NGO, Fake NGO” June 2002
Pinoy Times. Impeach Bulaga! December 2000 to January 2001
Philippine Daily Inquirer. 1997 (“People Power knocked them out”) 1998 (“EDSA: The dating game”) 1999 (“I voted for Erap, how stupid of me”) 2000 (“Censorship Blues”)
Columnist, Isyu. May 1995 to December 1996
Columnist, Manila Standard. Notes of a TV Junkie. October 1991 – October 1992.
Columnist, Diyaryo Filipino. Pasatodo. July 1989 – March 1990.
Translator, English to Filipino. Primer on AIDS. For the Department of Health (DOH). April 1989.
Writer & Managing Editor, ALTERNATIVE FUTURES. Quarterly journal of the Philippine Institute for Alternative Futures. Published by Maximo T. Kalaw Jr. March 1984 – February 1986.
Columnist, Parade Magazine. Notes of a TV Junkie. 1980 to 1983.
Headwriter, First Season. WORLDCLASS. One-hour showcase of outstanding Filipinos in the national and global scenes. Produced by Primetime Media Productions, Inc. Hosted by Anabelle Abaya. Channel 9, Tuesdays, 9-10 PM. November 1993 – April 1994.
INANG LUPA. TV special on environment. For Channel 7’s Travel Time. Produced by Susan Calo-Medina. June 1991.
A VIEW FROM WITHIN / Remembering People Power. EDSA Anniversary TV Special. First-ever EDSA accounts by then Defense Secretary Fidel V. Ramos. Channel 7, February 25, 1991. Directed by Flor Malong, hosted by Tina Monzon Palma, produced by Louie Morales. February 1991.
Headwriter, first 45 shows of SESAME. Filipino version of Sesame Street co-produced by the Ministry of Human Settlements’ Philippine Sesame Street Project, and the Children’s Television Workshop (CTW), New York. Directed by Lydia Benitez Brown & CTW’s Lois Fortune. April – October 1983.
THE LATE HOUR WITH JUNE & JOHNNY. Weekly talk show. Channel 4. Produced and hosted by June Keithley, directed by Peque Gallaga. January – September 1981.
FROM VICTIMS TO VICTORS. Produced for the Mount Pinatubo Commission and the Department of Social Welfare and Development by Moving Concepts, Inc. Directed by Antonio C. Gerena. 20 minutes. November 1994 to January 1995.
CARP Sa Kabundukan, CARP sa Kabukiran. Produced for the Department of Agriculture by Moving Concepts. Directed by A.C. Gerena. June – July 1993. (CARP-Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program)
KISS MARIA CLARA GOODBYE and THE PHILIPPINE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR WOMEN. Produced for the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW) by Nova Productions. May 1993.
EARTHQUAKE! For the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR). Directed by Tikoy Aguiluz. June – July 1992.
VIVA, AKLAN! For the Department of Tourism (DOT). Directed by Tikoy Aguiluz. April 1992.
THE CPP-NPA: REBELS WITHOUT A HOPE. For President Corazon Aquino’s state visit to Washington D.C. Commissioned by then Undersecretary Gen. Eduardo Ermita of the Department of National Defense (DND). October 20-25, 1989.
KAYUMANGGING KAGUBATAN. For the Haribon Foundation. Directed by Jesse Maxwell. October 1989.
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE AQUINO ADMINISTRATION. Commissioned by the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) for the President’s visit to Europe to counter leftist propaganda re human rights atrocities by Aquino’s AFP. Directed by Leo Martinez. June 27-30, 1989.
Adaptation, Joe Orton’s What the Butler Saw into Mula Sa Pusod (pababa!), Music Museum. Starred Gina Alajar, Rez Cortes, Ana Marin, Toby Alejar. Directed by Leo Martinez for Actors Workshop Foundation. February to March 2003.
Opening Rites, Dinner Show, & Closing Ceremonies of the ASEAN TOURISM FORUM 1993. Philippine International Convention Center (PICC). Directed by Helen Dabao for the DOT. January 1993.
Philippine Night’s Dinner Show. ASEAN TOURISM FORUM 1992. Penang, Malaysia. Directed by Helen Dabao for DOT. January 1992.
Adaptation, Joe Orton’s What the Butler Saw into Esterreminggoles! Little Theater, CCP. Starred Johnny Delgado, Liza Lorena, Noel Trinidad. Directed by Leo Martinez for the Actors Workshop Foundation. October 1984.
Adaptation, Joe Orton’s Norman, Is That You? into Roteyt, Vaybreyt, Kolayd! Insular Life Auditorium. Starred Jose Mari Avellana, Mitch Valdez, Michael de Mesa. Directed by Leo Martinez for Mayi & Associates. September 1982.
Adaptation, Ira Levin’s Veronica’s Room into Amanda. Insular Life Auditorium. Starred Armida Siguion-Reyna, Gina Alajar. Directed by Leo Martinez for Mayi & Associates. July 1982.