William F. Wu



Index of Publications, Adapted Material, and Writing Honors
Novels
Individual Short Story Volumes
Short Story Collection
Nonfiction Books
Nonfiction Short Works
Short Fiction
Comics
Poetry
Adaptations/Productions
Writing Honors

Novels

  1. MasterPlay, New York, NY: Popular Library, 1987.
  2. Isaac Asimov's Robot City #3: Cyborg, New York, NY: Ace Books, 1987.
    Reprinted:
    1. Bastei Lubbe, West Germany. February 1989.
    2. Orbit, United Kingdom. 1989.
    3. Kadokawa, Japan. 1990.
    4. Libro Terzo, Italy. 1991.
    5. Meulenhoff-M, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 1995.
  1. Isaac Asimov's Robot City #6: Perihelion, New York, NY: Ace Books, 1988.
    Reprinted:
    1. Knizni Klub, Hungary. 1995. (Paired with Isaac Asimov's Robot City #5 Refuge by Rob Chilson in same volume.)
  1. Dr. Bones and the Cosmic Bomber, #2 in Dr. Bones series, New York, NY: Ace Books, 1989.
  2. Hong on the Range, New York, NY: Walker and Co., 1989.
    Reprinted:
    1. Hutchinson, London, United Kingdom. 1990.
    2. Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, Munich, Germany. 1995.
  1. The Robin Hood Ambush, #1 in Time Tours series, New York, NY: Harper and Row, 1990.
  2. Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time Vol.1: Predator, New York, NY: Avon Books, 1993.
  3. Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time Vol.2: Marauder, New York, NY: Avon Books, 1993.
  4. Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time Vol.3: Warrior, New York, NY: Avon Books, 1993.
  5. Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time Vol.4: Dictator, New York, NY: Avon Books, 1994.
  6. Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time Vol.5: Emperor, New York, NY: Avon Books, 1994.
  7. Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time Vol.6: Invader, New York, NY: Avon Books, 1994.
  8. Mutant Chronicles, Vol. 1: In Lunacy, New York, NY: ROC, 1993.
  9. An Enemy Reborn, collaboration with Michael A. Stackpole, New York, NY: HarperPrism, 1998.

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Individual Short Story Volumes:

  1. The Shade of Lo Man Gong, Short Story Paperbacks, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. No. 35, August 1991.
  2. Shaunessy Fong, Short Story Hardbacks, Eugene OR: Pulphouse Publishing. No. 40, July 1992.
  3. Shaunessy Fong, Short Story Paperbacks, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. No. 60, July 1992.

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Short Story Collection:

  1. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing, June 1992.

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Nonfiction Books:
  1. The Yellow Peril: Chinese Americans in American Fiction, 1850-1940. Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1982.

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Nonfiction Short Works:
  1. "The Asian as Alien: Fantasy's Yellow Peril," Fantasy Newsletter, ed. Robert A. Collins. No. 51, Sept. 1982, p. 25.
    Reprinted:
    1. Science Fiction Times, ed. Harald Pusch. West Germany. April 1986.
    2. "A British View of the Yellow Peril," Fantasy Newsletter, ed. Robert A. Collins. No. 59, May 1983, p. 37. (Review of essay "M.P. Shiel on the Emergence of Modern China," by John D. Squires.)
    3. "Dr. Wu's Lost and Found Emporium," first installment, Fantasy Newsletter, ed. Robert A. Collins. No. 60, June/July 1983, p. 43. (Commentary on work of Ted Reynolds.)
    4. "Dr. Wu's Lost and Found Emporium," second installment, Fantasy Newsletter, ed. Robert A. Collins. No. 62, September 1983, p. 30. (Commentary on work of Edward Eager.)
    5. "Dr. Wu's Lost and Found Emporium," third installment, Fantasy Review, ed. Robert A. Collins. Renamed from Fantasy Newsletter. No. 64, January 1984, p. 33. (Commentary on translation by Moss Roberts of Three Kingdoms by Lo Kuan-chung.)
    6. "Science Fiction in China: Producing the Model 'A'," Amazing Science Fiction Stories, ed. George Scithers. Vol. 58, No. 3. (Sept. 1984)
    7. "Another View," Locus, ed. Charles N. Brown. Issue No. 287, Vol. 17, No. 12. Dec. 1984., p. 28. Memoir of 1984 World Science Fiction Convention, with five photos taken by author.
    8. "A Detour Into the 'Twilight Zone'," Starlog, ed. David McDonnell. #104; March 1986 (Vol. 9)
    9. "The Yellow Peril in American Fiction," (excerpts from The Yellow Peril) U.S. - China Review, ed. Duncan McFarland. March - April 1987/Vol. XI, No. 2.
    10. "S.F. & F. Authors: Currently Most Underrated; Favorite S.F. Novels; Best S.F. Movies," The Future Focus Book of Lists II: The Sequel; Future Focus #16, ed. Roger Reynolds. Findlay, Ohio: Future Focus Science Fiction Specialties, July 1987.
    11. "Surgery in the Field," (interview with William Q. Wu, M.D.) Military History Magazine, ed. C. Brian Kelly. Vol. 8, No. 2. (August 1991)
    12. "Lacks 'Oriental' Flavor," Monad: Essays on Science Fiction, ed. Damon Knight. Number Two. (March 1992) Pulphouse Publishing.
    13. "Taking Liberties in Space," Ad Astra: To the Stars. The Magazine of the National Space Society, ed. A. Royce Dalby. Vol. 3, No. 9. (November 1991)

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Short Fiction:
  1. "By the Flicker of the One-Eyed Flame," Andromeda 2, ed. Peter Weston. London: Futura Books, 1977.
    Reprinted:
    1. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. January 1992. (Short story collection.)
  1. "Silver Paw," Andromeda 3, ed. Peter Weston. London: Futura Books, 1978.
  2. "On the Shadow of a Phosphor Sheen," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, ed. George Scithers. 3:7, Whole No. 17. (July, 1979)
    Reprinted:
    1. As "On the Shadow of a Phosphor Screen," There Will Be War Vol. II, ed. Jerry Pournelle. N.Y.: Tor Books, 1984.
    2. As "On the Shadow of a Phosphor Screen," Battlefields Beyond Tomorrow, ed. Martin H. Greenberg. Outlet Book Co., 1987.
  1. "Heartland Solitude," New Wave Science Fiction, ed. Yamano Koichi. No. 15 (Feb. 1980), Tokyo.
  2. "Alien Lover," with Ted Reynolds, Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, ed. George Scithers. 4:7 (June 1980)
    Reprinted:
    1. Isaac Asimov's Aliens and Outworlders, ed. Shawna McCarthy. N.Y.: Davis Publications, 1983.
  1. "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," Amazing Science Fiction Stories, ed. George Scithers. 56:2 (April 1983)
    Reprinted:
    1. Best Fantasy of the Year: 10 (1983) ed. Art Saha, N.Y.: DAW Books, 1984.
    2. Gefahrten der Nacht, ed. H. J. Alpers, Rastatt, West Germany: Moewig, 1985.
    3. Futura Magazine, Italy, July 1985.
    4. S.F. Magazine, Japan, 26:12 (December 1985)
    5. New Stories From The Twilight Zone, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, N.Y.: Avon Books, 1991.
    6. New Stories From The Twilight Zone, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, London: Warner Books, 1992. (British edition of preceding publication.)
    7. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. January 1992. (Short story collection.)
    8. The New Twilight Zone: 21 Tales by the Greatest Sci-Fi and Dark Fantasy Writers of Our Time, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, N.Y.: MJF Books, 1991. (1996 hardback edition of No. 5, above.)
    9. A Century of Fantasy, 1980 - 1989, The Greatest Stories of the Decade, ed. Robert Silverberg, N.Y.: MJF Books, 1996.
  1. "Hong's Bluff," Omni, Exec. Ed. Kathy Keeton, Fiction ed. Ellen Datlow. 7:6 (March 1985)
    Reprinted:
    1. Omni, Special Physician's Edition, ed. Steve Fox. April 1986.
    2. Omni, Japanese edition. 1986.
    3. Omni, Special Physician's Edition, ed. Paul Hilts. September/October 1986.
    4. The Seventh OMNI Book of Science Fiction, ed. Ellen Datlow. N.Y.: Zebra Books, 1989.
    5. Omni, Special Physician's Edition, ed. Paul Hilts. September/October 1989.
    6. Potpourri, ed. Polly W. Swafford, Sharon H. Hamil. Vol. 2, No. 7. July 1990.
    7. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. January 1992. (Short story collection.)
  1. "The Ungood Earth," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CV:6 (June 1985)
  2. (Abridged) "Wild Garlic," Faery!, ed. Terri Windling. N.Y.: Ace Books, 1985.
  3. (Complete) "Wild Garlic," Eldritch Tales, ed. Crispin Burnham, Vol. 5, No. 1, Whole Number 15 (January 1988).
    Reprinted:
    1. Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rush, Issue Nine. Fall 1990.
  1. "Interim Justice," There Will Be War Vol. IV, ed. Jerry Pournelle. N.Y.: Tor Books, 1985.
  2. "Flash to Darkness," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CV:9 (Sept. 1985)
  3. "Midnight Pearls Blue," Stardate, ed. David Bischoff. No. 8. (Oct. 1985)
    Reprinted:
    1. Potpourri, ed. Polly W. Swafford, Sharon H. Hamil. Vol. 3, No. 5. May 1991.
    2. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. June 1992. (Short story collection.)
    3. The MagiCon Program/Souvenir Book, Orlando, FL: Florida Association for Nucleation and Conventions, Inc. (FANAC, Inc.) and the World Science Fiction Society, Sept. 1992.
    4. Galaxy, ed. E.J. Gold, Vol. II Issue 1, Number Seven, Jan/Feb 1995.
  1. "Indigo Shade, Alizarin Light," Amazing Science Fiction Stories, ed. George Scithers. Vol. 60, No. 2 (Jan. 1986)
  2. "Kenny," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, ed. Gardner Dozois. 10:2 (Feb. 1986)
    Reprinted:
    1. The Loch Moose Monster: More Stories from Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, ed. Gardner Dozois. NY: Delacorte Press, 1993.
  1. "Be Ashamed to Die," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CVI:7 (July 1986)
  2. "MasterPlay," (novelette) There Will Be War Vol. V, ed. Jerry Pournelle. N.Y.: Tor Books, 1986.
  3. "Fly Me to the Moon," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CVI:13 (Mid-December 1986).
  4. "Dead White Women," Eldritch Tales, ed. Crispin Burnham. Vol. 3, No. 3, Whole Number 12. (Dec. 1986).
    Reprinted:
    1. The Year's Best Horror Stories: XV, ed. Karl Edward Wagner. N.Y.: DAW Books, 1987.
    2. Horrorstory Volume Five, ed. Karl Edward Wagner. Reprint of The Year's Best Horror Stories: Vol. XIII, XIV, XV. Novat CA; Lancaster, PA: Underwood - Miller, 1989.
    3. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. June 1992. (Short story collection.)
  1. "Davi Leiko Till Midnight," The Twilight Zone Magazine, ed. Tappan King. (Oct. 1987).
    Reprinted:
    1. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. June 1992. (Short story collection.)
  1. "High Power," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CVII:9 (September 1987).
  2. "No Damn Atoms," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CVII:10 (October 1987).
  3. "Hog On Ice," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CVII:12 (December 1987)
  4. "Desert Run," Surplus Wyvern Press Postcard, L.C. #: 88-090522, 1988.
    Reprinted:
    1. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. June 1992. (Short story collection.)
    2. Galaxy, ed. E.J. Gold. Vol. 1, Issue 5. Sep/Oct 1994.
  1. "On a Phantom Tide," Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue One, Fall 1988.
    Reprinted:
    1. The Best of Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. NY: St. Martin's Press, 1991.
  1. "The Shade of Lo Man Gong," Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Two, Winter 1988.
    Reprinted:
    1. Short Story Paperbacks, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. No. 35, August 1991.
    2. Unicorns II!, ed. Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois. N.Y: Ace Books, 1992.
  1. "Diogenes's Lantern," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CIX:1 (January 1989)
  2. "Pagan Midnight," Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Three, Spring 1989.
  3. "Desert Night Ride," Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Five, Fall 1989.
  4. "Caravan of Death," Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Six, Winter 1990.
  5. "Up on Tong Yun Guy," Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Seven, Spring 1990.
  6. "Snow Dragon," One-Eyed Jacks: Wild Cards VIII, ed. George R.R. Martin. N.Y.: Bantam Books, 1991.
  7. "Year of the Fiery Horse," Pulphouse Special Holiday Issue, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Ten, Winter 1991.
  8. "Scent of Sandalwood," Weird Tales, ed. George H. Scithers. Vol. 53, No. 2. Whole No. 303. Winter 1991/1992.
    Reprinted:
    1. Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. January 1992. (Short story collection.)
  1. "Sons of Hawaii," Codominium, Revolt on War World, created by Jerry Pournelle with the editorial assistance of John F. Carr. N.Y.: Baen Books, 1992.
  2. "Distant Tigers," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. CXI:8&9 (July 1991 Special Double Issue).
  3. "Shaunessy Fong," Pulphouse: the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Eleven, Spring 1991.
    Reprinted:
    1. Short Story Paperbacks, Eugene OR: Pulphouse Publishing. No. 60, July 1992.
    2. Short Story Hardbacks, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. No. 40, July 1992.
  1. "Grid of Ice," Phantasm, ed. J.F. Gonzalez, Vol. 1, No. 3, Whole No. 3, Spring 1996.
  2. "Sit-in at the Alamo," Pulphouse: A Fiction Magazine, ed. Dean Wesley Smith. Vol. 1, No. 12/13, Sept./Oct. 1992.
  3. "Tinsel Chink," Pulphouse the Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Issue Twelve, Spring 1991.
  4. "Pay Any Price, Bear Any Burden," with Ted Reynolds. Amazing Stories Magazine, ed. Kim Mohan. Vol. 66, Number 8 (Whole Number 565) (December 1991).
  5. "Missing Person," Amazing Stories Magazine, ed. Kim Mohan. Vol. 67, Number 1 (Whole Number 569) (April 1992).
  6. "Black Powder," American Dragons, Twenty-Five Asian American Voices, ed. Laurence Yep. N.Y.: HarperCollins, 1993.
    Reprinted:
    1. (As "Sacrifice to Ancestors") Science Fiction World Pictorial, Yang Xiao, Editor in Chief. Sichuan, China: 8/96.
  1. "Red Gate Highway," Rat Tales, ed. Dean Wesley Smith. Eugene OR: Pulphouse Publishing.
  2. "House of Cool Air," Borderlands 4, ed. Thomas F. Monteleone. Brooklandville, Md: Borderlands Press, 1994, hardback; Clarkston, GA: White Wolf Publishing, 1995, paperback.
  3. "'Til I Kissed You," Wild Cards: Card Sharks, ed. George R.R. Martin. N.Y.: Baen Books, 1993.
  4. "In the Temple of Forgotten Spirits," Pulphouse the Hardback Magazine, ed. Dean Wesley Smith. Issue Twelve, Fall 1993.
  5. "The Spirit From the Ninth Heaven," Phantoms of the Night, ed. Martin H. Greenberg. N.Y.: DAW Books, 1996.
  6. "'For Many Will Come in My Name ...'," with Rob Chilson. Analog, ed. Stanley Schmidt. Vol. CXIV No.12 (October 1994).
  7. "And Then There Were Some," STAR WARS: Tales from Jabba's Palace, ed. Kevin J. Anderson. N.Y.: Bantam Books, 1995.
  8. "On the Sun and Moon Mountain," Ancient Enchantresses, ed. Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch, Martin H. Greenberg, Richard Gilliam. N.Y.: DAW Books, 1995.
  9. "Kwan Tingui," Free Space, ed. Brad Linaweaver and Ed Kramer, N.Y.: TOR Books, 1997.
  10. "The Ginseng Potion," Warrior Enchantresses, ed. Kathleen Massie-Ferch, Martin H. Greenberg, N.Y.: DAW Books, 1996.
  11. "Tuli, Prince of the Mongols," Realms of Fantasy, ed. Shawna McCarthy. Vol. 2, No. 1 (October 1995).
  12. "Nanoship," Absolute Magnitude, ed. Warren Lapine, May-June, 1997.
  13. "Nairich," Realms of Fantasy, ed. Shawna McCarthy. Vol. 3, No. 1 (October 1996).
  14. "The Hungry Ghost of Panamint," Crimes Through Time II, ed. Miriam G. Monfredo and Sharan Newman. N.Y.: Berkley Publishing Group, 1998.
  15. "Island of the Ancestor," Not of Woman Born, ed. Constance Ash. N.Y.: ROC, 1999.

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Comics:

  1. High Low Split, Wild Card Comics Limited Series. 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, Matinee Entertainment Productions. Adaptation of the novel; Beverly Hills: 1997.

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Poetry:

  1. "The Muse in Misty Morning," Wong's Lost and Found Emporium and Other Oddities, Author's Choice Monthly, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing. June 1992. (Short story collection.)

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Adaptations/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 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. Currently in syndication.
  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. P.O. Box 1161, Culver City, CA 90232.
  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.

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Writing Honors:
  1. Honorable Mention, The Year's Best Science Fiction, Thirteenth Annual Collection, ed. Gardner Dozois. N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 1996: "On the Sun and Moon Mountain."
  2. Honorable Mention, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Eighth Annual Collection, ed. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 1996: "House of Cool Air."
  3. Selected for reprint in The Best of Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, ed. Kristine Kathryn Rusch. NY: St. Martin's Press, 1991: "On a Phantom Tide."
  4. Honorable Mention, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Fourth Annual Collection, ed. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 1991: "The Caravan of Death."
  5. Honorable Mention, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Second Annual Collection, ed. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 1989: "On a Phantom Tide"; "Wild Garlic."
  6. "Books Too Good to Miss, 1980 - 1989" (Science Fiction), Wilson Library Bulletin, Hong on the Range, 1990.
  7. Booklist Young Adult Editor's Choice for 1989, Hong on the Range, 1990.
  8. The American Library Association List of Best Books for Young Readers, Hong on the Range, 1990.
  9. 1990 Books for the Teen Age recommended by The New York Public Library, Hong on the Range, 1990.
  10. Honorable Mention, The Year's Best Science Fiction, Sixth Annual Collection, ed. Gardner Dozois. N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 1989: "On a Phantom Tide."
  11. Selected for reprint in The Year's Best Horror Stories: XV, ed. Karl Edward Wagner. N.Y.: DAW Books, 1987: "Dead White Women"; also Horrorstory Volume Five, ed. Karl Edward Wagner. (Reprint of The Year's Best Horror Stories: Vol. XIII, XIV, XV.) Novato, CA; Lancaster, PA: Underwood - Miller, 1989: "Dead White Women."
  12. Nominee for Hugo Award, "Hong's Bluff," 1986.
  13. Nominee for Nebula Award, "Hong's Bluff," 1986.
  14. Selected for reprint in Best Fantasy of the Year: 10 (1983) ed. Art Saha, N.Y.: DAW Books, 1984: "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium."
  15. Nominee for World Fantasy Award, "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," 1984.
  16. Nominee for Hugo Award, "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," 1984.
  17. Nominee for Nebula Award, "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," 1984.
  18. Nominee for Thorpe Menn Award, The Yellow Peril, 1983.

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