[PW] Looking for unusual short story.

ken hanshe kenhan1114 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 28 15:01:59 PDT 2019

Hi Karen and all.

I thank you all for your help in trying to find the story in question.  
Actually, as of a little over a week ago, I did find the book the story 
is in.  In looking through the list of braille books with short stories 
from that period, I came across one call "New Constellations", published 
in 1977.  Reading through its contents in the detailed description, the 
titles seemed very familiar and I knew I found the book.  I'm quite sure 
the story is "Earth Blossom": a "one hit wonder" by a very obscure 
author J. Fast.  As part of the unfolding of the story, about the 
friendship between two young women, a plant slowly blossoms which 
explains why the diagrams of the circle slowly develop dimensions.  I 
remember it being quite a nice story: though at the time, I didn't 
understand the significance the the meaning of the circles  When I order 
the book in a couple weeks, I will know for sure.


On 8/28/2019 5:22 PM, Karen Weiss wrote:
> I haven’t seen any responses to this question.  Here’s a guess.  Could it be “Flatland”?  Wikipedia points to a math fiction database.  Perhaps ken could find his story there.
> http://kasmana.people.cofc.edu/MATHFICT/search.php <http://kasmana.people.cofc.edu/MATHFICT/search.php>
> Karen Weiss
>> On Aug 16, 2019, at 5:52 PM, ken hanshe <kenhan1114 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi.
>> My name is ken.  I read the short story I'm looking for sometime between mid 1976 through 1978.  At the time, I was too young to understand the prose of the story.  Throughout the story, there are diagrams of a circle.  With each appearance, dimensions are added such as lines and other symbols.
>> Any ideas of what the story might be and its author?
>> Thank you for your help.
>> Ken
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