WRITING ADAPTATIONS

and PRODUCTIONS

1.   "Psychechain," a one-act play adapted from "By the Flicker of the One-Eyed

      Flame," by  Irvin Paik. Performed by East-West Players of Los Angeles,

      April 5-8, 1977.

2.   "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," a song based on the short story;

      written and composed by Diana G. Gallagher in 1983 and recorded by her on

      the commercial tape cassettes Bayfilk II Concert, Vol. 1, Off Centaur, Inc.,

      1984, Cosmic Concepts More Complete, Off Centaur, Inc., 1985, and

      Diana Gallagher Live!, Firebird Arts and Music, Inc., 1988.

3.   "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," adapted for The Twilight Zone television

      show by Alan Brennert. First telecast on CBS Nov. 22, 1985. Available as part

      of a DVD set of the first season.

4.   "Hong's Bluff," read aloud by the author before a live audience and produced

      in the non-profit audio cassette collection Read/SF on May 6, 1986.

5.   Character biographies for Lazy Dragon (Ben Choy) of Wild Cards, adapted by

      John J. Miller for Steve Jackson Games. Published in Wild Cards: Roleplaying

      in the World of Aces and Jokers, ed. Steve Jackson. Austin, TX: Steve Jackson

      Games, Inc., 1989.

Comics:

1.   High Low Split, Wild Card Comics Limited Series.  2. Segments in the

      viewpoint of Tienyu/Vivian Choy. Books 2,3, and 4.  N.Y.: Epic/Marvel

      Comics, not scheduled for publication. Contracted and paid.

2.   Hong on the Range, adaptation of the novel complete in Issues 1,2,3. Ed. Paul

      Fairchild. Matinee Entertainment Productions: Beverly Hills: 1997.

 

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