Ted Reynolds (writer)

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Theodore Andrus Reynolds (born June 15, 1938)[citation needed] is an American science fiction writer.

He has been nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Short Story (for "Can These Bones Live?") and Hugo Award for Best Novella (for Ker-Plop). His only novel, The Tides of God, came out in 1989 and concerns millennialism being inspired by extraterrestrials.

He was one of the winners of The Village Voice's "Sci-Fi Scenes" writing contest, held in 1980-81; the newspaper published his untitled story of (as the contest rules demanded) exactly 250 words.

He largely stopped writing in 1996, but with his retirement, resumed in 2010.

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  • The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, page 1007

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