John W. Oliver is a writer of fantasy and horror fiction. His work can be found both online and in print. He's a San Diego import who has yet to adapt to the idea of shorts and sandals. When not writing, he enjoys a good game among friends and staring at a good map.
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- November 25, 2013 Diverse Opportunities in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
I have to admit. The Marvel Cinematic Universe excites me. The Iron Man series has made me excited about a character I'd otherwise been apathetic about. Captain America had a great nostalgic tone. Thor has been a fun romp. And the Avengers was full out four-colored awesome. Over the past year I've been curious to see what they would do next. One of the sets of characters I thought they could easily do was Luke Cage and the Iron Fist as Heroes for Hire. So when I heard the news about Marvel partnering with Netflix featuring Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Daredevil each in their own series, it most certainly made my day.Read more …
- Released: June 2012 Dark Discoveries #20
"The Blemish" appears in the magazine Dark Discoveries #20, a magazine of dark fantrasy. This issue explores Weird Fiction & Film.
- Released: December 1, 2009 Brave Blue Mice
My short story,"Nonreturnable Merchandise", appears in Brave Blue Mice , an online magazine of speculative fiction.
- Released: May 8, 2009 Robots
My short story,"How Coyote Made Robot", appears in Robots Beyond, a cross-genre anthology of robot tales.