ARTICLES

 Interviews with Dr. Mark V. Wiley

Dr. Mark V. Wiley on Filipino Martial Arts
by Jose M. Fraguas (Masters Magazine, 2012)

Exploding the Myths: A Conversation with Mark Wiley
by Mark Jacobs (Black Belt Magazine, 2012)

Guro Mark Wiley: Writer or Fighter?
by Alan Orr (Martial Arts Illustrated Yearbook, 2008)

Wandering The Path: Mark Wiley
by Alan Orr (Martial Arts Illustrated, 2002)

Cyberkwoon Chats with Mark V. Wiley
by Fabien Sena (www.CyberKwoon.com, 2002). 

 An Exclusive Interview with Mark V. Wiley
by Halford E. Jones  (Filipino Martial Arts Magazine –  2 Parts, 2002)

Mark Wiley Interview
by Krishna Godhania (Martial Arts Illustrated, 2001)

A Reed In the Wind: Mark Wiley Interview
by Filipe “Bot” Jocano (RAPID, 2000)

A Candid Conversation with Mark V. Wiley
by Mike Young (Martial Arts Legends, 1997)

FMA Articles by Dr. Mark V. Wiley

“How To: Master Eskrima’s Disarms.” Inside Kung-Fu, June 2009

“Authentic Martial Arts in East Falls.” The Fallser, October, 2006.

“Masterful Quotes: Mark V. Wiley on Visualization.” Secrets of the Martial Arts, 2005 Vol. 2, no. 1, p. 29.

“An Interview with Antonio Somera.” Filipino Martial Arts.

“Kicking, Filipino Style.” Silat Warrior, pp. 30–32.

“Matigsalog Combative Culture.” Filipino Martial Arts, pp. 38–46.

“Moro-Moro Orabes Heneral.” Filipino Martial Arts, pp. 6–12.

“Ancient Filipino Sword Techniques.” Filipino Martial Arts, pp. 50–53, 106–108

“Kicking, Filipino Style.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Kicking, pp. 62-67.

Philippine Yaw-Yan Foot Boxing.” Martial Arts Illustrated, pp. 54-56.

“The Importance of Disarms.” Martial Arts Illustrated, pp. 26-27.

Martial Arts, Philippines,” pp. 610–613. In D. Levinson & K. Christensen (Eds.) Encyclopedia of World Sport, vol. 2.    Santa Barbara: ABC–CLIO.

“Children and Filipino Martial Arts.” Martial Arts Illustrated, pp. 18-19.

“On Systems, Styles and Techniques.” Martial Arts Illustrated, pp. 16, 83.

“Maraming Salamat Po: A Tribute to the Pioneers of Arnis.” Martial Arts Illustrated, pp. 18-19.

“Research into Filipino Martial Traditions.” Hop-Lite.

What’s In a Name? Depends on Who You Ask!” Martial Arts Illustrated, pp. 26, 90.

“Are Arnis Tournaments Good or Bad?” Martial Arts Illustrated, pp. 26-27.

“Weapons Training For Coordination, Reflex Control and Awareness.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Martial Arts Fitness, pp. 40-51.

“Qigong and Martial Arts.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Martial Arts Fitness, pp. 58-66.

“20th Century Arnis: Reemergence of a Warrior Art.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Exotic Martial Arts Around the World, pp. 10-17.

“Kuntao in Southeast Asia.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Exotic Martial Arts of Southeast Asia, pp. 28-37.

“Edgar Sulite and His Lameco Eskrima.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Exotic Martial Arts of Southeast Asia, pp. 38-­45, 117.

Reflex Control and Coordination: The Hallmark of Cabales Serrada Escrima.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Exotic Martial Arts of Southeast Asia, pp. 108-114.

“Bangkaw: The Shield-Staff of Kabaroan.” Martial Arts Legends Presents Exotic Martial Arts of Southeast Asia, pp. 96-99.

“Philippine Arms and Armor in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Anthropology.” Journal of Asian Martial Arts, pp. 96-107.

“Fighting Strategy and Techniques of Kalis Ilustrisimo.” Karate International, pp. 32-33.

“The Classification and Ethos of Filipino Martial Traditions.” Journal of Asian Martial Arts, pp. 20-35.

“Empty-Hand Forms of the Philippine Fighting Arts.” Karate/Kung Fu Illustrated, pp. 58-59, 64.

Classical Eskrima: The Evolution and Etymology of a Filipino Fencing Form.” Journal of Asian Martial Arts.

“Mixing Martial Arts with Florendo Visitacion.” Karate/Kung Fu Illustrated, pp. 18, 20.

“Filipino Cultural Beliefs.” Karate/Kung Fu Illustrated, p. 10.

“The Unarmed Defensive System of Cabales Serrada Escrima.” Wushu Kung Fu, pp. 14-19.

“Reflex Control and Coordination: The Hallmark of Cabales Serrada Escrima.” Karate International, pp. 16-19.

“Martial Arts and Music: The Philosophy of Florendo Visitacion.” Tambuli, pp. 1, 5.

“Bigay Galang is Respect.” Tambuli, pp. 4-5.

“Binas Dynamic Arnis.” Phoenix, pp. 8-9.

“Roots of Kuntao.” Phoenix, pp. 22-23.

“Kali’s Kalasag Principle.” Inside Kung-Fu, pp. 70-73.

“The Humanitarian Philosophy of Binas Dynamic Arnis.” Tambuli, pp. 1, 9.

“In Retrospect: The Lessons of Grandmaster Cabales.” Tambuli, p. 7.

“Beyond Technique.” Martial Arts Training, pp. 54-58.

“The Crippling Kicks of Escrima.” Black Belt, pp. 34-37.

“Herminio Binas and the Art of Arnis.” Eskrima Review, pp. 2-5.

“The Serrada Escrima System of Angel Cabales.” Black Belt, pp. 41-43.

“The Angel Cabales Story.” Black Belt, pp. 44-46.

“Wing Chun Kung Fu vs. Escrima.” Black Belt, pp. 45-47.

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