Bewildering Stories

Thomas D. Reynolds

Bewildering Stories biography

I received an MFA in creative writing from Wichita State University and currently teach at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas. Although a lifelong fan of science fiction, I have only written a few pieces that qualify as science fiction. My poem “How to Survive on a Distant Planet,” which appeared in Strange Horizons in 2004, has been nominated for a Rhysling Award for best short poem. My work has appeared in various print and online journals, including:

New Delta Review
Alabama Literary Review
The MacGuffin
The Cape Rock
American Western Magazine
Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature
The Green Tricycle
Ariga
Potpourri
Tryst
Prairie Poetry
Miller's Pond Poetry Magazine
Combat
Wings Magazine
3rd Muse Poetry Journal
Sidereality
Whimperbang
A Man Overboard.

Copyright © 2005 by Thomas D. Reynolds

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Poetry
Our Eyes Are What Make Us Human
I Know You Can Hear Me
A Planet Without Hope
The Back Alley
After Leaving the Planet Exegis
Promotion
Kill Them in the Night
The Collector
Mission to Mars
Brush Draggers
Sparrow Egg
Crash
Mind Fox
New Book
The Methods of Ghosts
Dragon Skin
Butterfly
Woodcarver’s Tableau
Fecundity
The Geographical Center
Invisible Boy
Prose Fiction: The Fiddler and the Cricket

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