£1,000 ‘Ethical Futures’ Short Story Award May 17, 2007Posted by taryn in news.
For non professional writers only apparently? From the news release:
Ethical Futures: £1,000 short story competition about the future of the human race
Imagine a world where people are able to choose from a menu of ‘enhancing’ techniques: IQ, strength, disease prevention, age extension. What would life be like in such a world? What ethical dilemmas might it raise?
Your story will be judged by Justina Robson, author of Quantum Gravity: Keeping it Real series. Dr Anjana Ahuja, Science Notebook columnist for The Times, Cory Doctorow, science fiction novelist.
Competition open to non professional writers and video producers. Entries should be no more than 2,000 words or 10 minutes in length. Closing date: 30 June 2007.