Abbott, Edwin A. 1884/1965. Flatland. New York: Barnes & Noble.
The work that started the two-dimensional fantasy world.

Aho, Alfred V. and Jeffrey D. Ullman. 1995. Foundations of Computer Science: C Edition. New York: W.H. Freeman.

Begley, Sharon. 1982. "Life in Two Dimensions." Newsweek. January 18, pp. 84-85.
An article about Dewdney's project.

Dewdney, A.K. 1979. Exploring the Planiverse. Journal of Recreational Mathematics. 12:16-20.
One of the first publications about Dewdney's toy project.

Dewdney, A.K. 1979. Two-Dimensional Science and Technology. Privately published by Dewdney.
A monograph on his planiverse, very hard to find.

Dewdney, A.K., ed. 1981. A Symposium of Two-Dimensional Science and Technology. Privately publishd by Dewdney.
A collection of work by various scientists, very hard to find.

Dewdney, A.K. 1984/2001. The Planiverse: Computer Contact with a Two-Dimensional World. New York: Copernicus (reprint edition).
New edition featuring additional appendix and forward.

Dewdney, A.K. 2000. The Planiverse Project: Then and Now. The Mathematical Intelligencer. 22:46-51.

Harary, Frank. 1969. Graph Theory. Reading, Mass.:Addison-Wesley.

Gardner, Martin. 1980/2001. "The Wonders of a Planiverse." Scientific American, July 1980; reprinted with appendix in The Colossal Book of Mathematics (New York: Norton).

Norris, Fletcher R. 1985. Discrete Structures: An Introduction to Mathematics for Computer Science. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.

Ohlendorf, Pat. 1982. "Scientific Dreamers' Worldwide Cult." Maclean's, January 11, p.49.

Sandberg-Diment, Erik. 1984. Review of Dewdney 1984/2001. New York Times, November 6.

Photo Credits

An Ardean. Yendred suspended from his travel balloon.