Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 22:17:50 -0400 From: "Fernando Q. Gouvea"
Subject: (urth) Junie Moon I just re-read Wolfe's "Has Anybody Seen Junie Moon", in the Moon Shots anthology edited by Peter Crowther. The story is a homage to R. A. Lafferty, and it refers to a Lafferty story about a small moon that orbits very close to the Earth's surface. I remember reading that story, but don't remember its title or where I read it. Can anyone help? Thanks, Fernando -- Fernando Q. Gouvea Department of Mathematics Editor, FOCUS and MAA Online Colby College Mathematical Association of America Waterville, ME 04901 http://www.maa.org email@example.com ========================================================== Reality is for people who lack imagination. --