Speculative Fiction

Since 1992, Tom Rodgers wrote screenplays and treatments for science-fiction films, while also working full time as an engineering consultant. After retiring from NASA and spending some time in endurance racing, he decided to devote his efforts to writing literary speculative fiction for a mass audience. He graduated from the ClarionWest Writer's Workshop in 2009, working with some of the best writer-instructors and new writers in science-fiction and fantasy in the oldest and most revered workshop for speculative fiction.

In 2015 he began producing, shooting, and editing films and videos in sports and entertainment, including his own work and adaptations.

The following storylines are in production:

Interplanetary Triathlon (short story appearing in the July/August 2010 issue of Inside Triathlon magazine). Currently under submission as film treatment at Dalian Wanda holdings (owns Legendary Pictures, AMC movie theater chain, and the Ironman Triathlon series).

The Times that Try Men's Souls (short story under submission)

Zero Point (novella, feature film treatment)

Entanglement (novella, series pilot treatment)

Transhuman High School (series pilot/film treatment)
Adaptation based on a NYT bestselling novel, currently in pre-production for submission to online content providers at Netflix, Amazon, and others.

Who's Afraid of Virginia Werewolf? (play adaptation, short novel)

BioWar One (remake of original 1992 screenplay). Optioned in 1992, renewed in 1995, but production never completed.

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