The musts? These —
Alp (belongs with One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Catch-22 and more playful and funny than either)
Grey Matters (forgotten even among his fans — sure as hell deserving of the next lost-marvel-of-science-fiction revival)
Toro! Toro! Toro! (the “bullfight novel” the ghost of Hemingway wishes he had written)
Falling Angel (at least this was seen right away as a noir as sharp and inventive as Grey Matters in sci-fi was not)
Nevermore (unclassifiable as Alp and as much, if darker, fun).
Angel Heart (a perfect adaptation of Falling Angel)
One I’d most like to see made: Morning of the Magicians
The High Days —
Paradise Players production of Twelfth Night in Emigrant, MT, 1974 —
Feste the jester is “Gatz” — in the middle. Grand artist Russell Chatham who designed the sets, in white shirt in back.