Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Harlan Ellison: Hendricks

Date: 27 Oct 2007

  In a message dated 10/27/2007 11:59:11 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

Yes. The most recent work by him in script form I know to have been produced was his collaborative adaptation (with Josh Olson, who also adapted the graphic novel A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE for film) of one of his early short stories "The Discarded," for the short-lived television series MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, which ABC telecast in August; though only four of the six produced episodes were shown in the US, in Canada the cable channel Space will run all six, including one adapting a story by Walter Mosley. (The other writers whose works were adapted were Robert Sheckley--also unseen here, Robert Heinlein, Howard Fast, and John Kessel...the series, a companion to MASTERS OF HORROR, was uneven, to say the least, and not quite what I'd hoped, to judge by the four.)

I suspect he's still writing fiction, as well...see
( as a part of
_http://harlanellisohttp://harlhtt_ ( for dispatches.

Todd Mason

Thanks Todd. I didn't see this email before I wrote the other one. Sounds like he's doing well then, and his name just isn't around like it used to be. Vicki

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