Category Archives: Interviews

Mike Enemigo Interview Incarcerated Author Minister

Mike: Introduce yourself to the people. Who are you, where are you from? The Minister: They call me Minister. I’m from East Oakland [California]. How was life growing up in East Oakland? For me, life wasn’t about if you would jump off the porch, into the Game. The question was when you would make that […]

Mike Enemigo’s Exclusive Interview with Incarcerated Street-Lit Legend Kwame Teague, aka Dutch

Iceberg Slim is credited with creating the street-lit genre with his 1967 autobiography Pimp: The Story of My Life, and though he sold over 6 million books before his death in 1992, it was Donald Goines who really ran with the genre. Goines, after learning about Iceberg Slim’s book Pimp while serving time in prison, […]

Mike Enemigo’s Exclusive Interview with Jailhouse Publishing OG and Outlaw Filmmaker Seth Ferranti

Seth Ferranti

Seth Ferranti rocked the literary world in 2004 when he launched his publishing company, Gorilla Convict Publications, from inside a federal penitentiary, and began penning and publishing raw, uncensored tales about life inside America’s prison system, street legends, and other aspects of the criminal underworld. Not since Jack Abbott’s In the Belly of the Beast, George […]

The Mike Enemigo Story

mike story

“If a person has done even a couple of years in prison and possess even the most basic means to obtain literature,…