Writer, Editor, and Consultant in Manila, Philippines
Regina Abuyuan is a Manila-based writer, award-winning editor, development communications consultant, and educator.
Her recent projects and wins are:
• “See You at the 7: Stories from the Bay Area’s Last Original Mile House” (USA) —12th National Indie Excellence Awards (2018) for Biography-Historical; Finalist, NIEA, New Non-Fiction; Finalist, 8th International Book Awards (2018) for United States History
• "Bayuhay: The Story of MCA-P" (PH) —Gold Anvil for Publications, 52nd Anvil Awards (2017)
• "Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change" (PH) —Gintong Aklat Award (2016) and 34th National Book Awards (2015) for Literature in English
Her communications, editorial, and writing inclinations are wide, covering human interest, business, climate, maritime, parenting, fiction, and copyediting for advertising agencies. She also edits technical papers and consults for government and international groups such as Bases Conversion Development Authority, ASSIST Asia, and Oxfam GB.
She is also an advocate of non-traditional learning and is managing director of Blended Learning Center-Manila, an educational organization that provides homeschooling support and enrichment programs for progressively-schooled children.
She is currently chief editor of FAS Maritime, and continues to write prolifically on a wide range of subjects for different publications.
She also co-runs a pub, Fred's Revolucion, a popular dive located in the bohemian enclave of Cubao Expo, and historic Escolta, Manila.