
Annals of Klepsis (1983) 
 R.A. Lafferty 

A wacky scifi adventure comedy featuring space pirates. There is not much math in the book, but the central plot revolves around a mathematical ``doomsday equation'' and the goal of preventing the horrible... (more) 


Been a long, long time (1970) 
 R.A. Lafferty 

It's a very wellwritten humorous tale (as expected if you're familiar with Lafferty). The mathematical content is a literal interpretation of the six typing monkeys. The angel Boshel, as a punishment,... (more) 


Narrow Valley (1966) 
 R.A. Lafferty 

This is a madcap story about a tract of land which is topologically folded through a shamanic incantation. Contains descriptions of some physical effects but explicitly states that the topological defect... (more) 


Symposium (1974) 
 R.A. Lafferty 

This story consists of a philosophical discussion between characters with names like "Wye" and "Zed". A good bit of it is about mathematics and its foundations. For example:
"And, Zed," said O doubtfully,... (more) 
