Jeff Reynolds is a science fiction and fantasy writer from the Maryland whose work has appeared in Escape Pod, Daily Science Fiction, Apparition Literary Magazine, and Andromeda Spaceways Magazine. He's attended Viable Paradise writers' workshop and Stonecoast writers' conference, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Simulation and Digital Entertainment from the University of Baltimore.

Jeff works for Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, home of New Horizons, Parker Solar Probe, and the upcoming Dragonfly mission to Titan. He's only a software licensing analyst, though, and doesn't do any of the really cool stuff like building space probes and meeting Brian Mays.

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Jeff Reynolds has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

“Remember The Washington,” They Said as They Fed the Ugoxli

FICTION by Jeff Reynolds in Issue 173 – February 2021

They took the baby, swaddled in a blanket made of soft, blue cotton, down the dirt track through vine-covered trees, deep into the swamp. Their boots splashed through puddles as they walked, and insects sent piercing squeals through the woods. The baby slept soundly until the end. Not even murmured conversation about the terrible things […]
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