Hoshi, Shinichi

Hoshi, Shinichi

Given name: 新一
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Birthday: Sep 6, 1926
Website: http://www.hoshishinich...
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Shinichi Hoshi (September 6, 1926 – December 30, 1997) was a novelist and science fiction writer. He is best known for his "short-short" science fiction stories, often no more than three or four pages in length, of which he wrote over 1000. He also wrote mysteries, and won the Mystery Writers of Japan Award for Mousou Ginkou (Delusion Bank) in 1968.

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Yae-Yae | Mar 2, 2012 11:15 AM
Of the four SMA classics I watched recently, my favorite hands down, was the Flowers to Moles. A beautifully told story that was both funny and witty. I loved how Hano-chan's drawing was mistaken for an order from "Headquarters" and then the kawaii Scientist's all worked in earnest, to make it happen. Those robotic moles sure were cute as they continued to work even after the lab was destroyed and abandoned.
Thank you, Shinichi-sama for such good story creations/telling.

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