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(October 8, 1938–)
Theodore Andrus Reynolds is an Ann Arbor fan and pro, a member of the Stilyagi Air Corps.
Two of his works were nominated for Hugo Awards in 1980: "Can These Bones Live?" for Best Short Story, and “Ker-Plop” for Best Novella. His only novel, The Tides of God (1989), concerns millennialism being inspired by extraterrestrials.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1980 -- Best Novella Hugo,Best Short Story Hugo nominee
- 1985 -- Nova 10
- 1989 -- ConFusion 102
- 1983 -- ConFusion 101
- 1994 -- ConClave XIX
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