The Black Glove: Interview & Review

The Black Glove just ran a couple of pieces about me and my work.

You can check out the interview here. TBG contributor Karen Newman asked me about everything from my karate studies to my writing to collaborating with guys like Brian Keene and J.F. Gonzalez. Wonder what happened to Muy Mal with John Urbancik, Weston Ochse, and myself? We cover that, too.

The review is here. Newman did the review as well, and the short version is she dug it. Check this out:

Oliveri doesn’t utilize the supernatural as a crutch, a testament to the strength of his writing. Oliveri has made a wonderful contribution to the werewolf mythos in The Pack: Winter Kill.

Rockin’. Ready to buy your own copy of the book? Make with the clicky. You can even get a Kindle version here.

About Mike Oliveri

Mike Oliveri is a writer, martial artist, cigar aficionado, motorcyclist, and family man, but not necessarily in that order. He is currently hard at work on the werewolf noir series The Pack for Evileye Books.

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  1. Matt says:

    Kudos on the interview! It was very well done and enjoyable.

    Just as a side note, I recently did an interview with Bruce Heilman, who was a student of Robert Trias – http://www.ikigaiway.com/2010/interview-bruce-heilman-9th-dan-okinawa-kenpo-karate-and-kobudo/

    I figured you might be interested as you have a background in Shuri Ryu.

    At any rate, it was neat hearing about your writing experiences.

    • Mike says:

      Thanks, Matt! Glad you dug it.

      I did see your interview with Heilman. Good stuff. I’m told some folks from our dojo have been enjoying it as well.