Theodore Andrus Reynolds (born June 15, 1938) is an American science fiction writer.
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.
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, after retirement, resumed in 2010.