H.G. Wells short story contest bans science fiction, and gets no entries

What's the point of having a short fiction contest celebrating H.G. Wells if it doesn't allow science fiction? That's probably what a lot of potential entrants in Reg Turnill's short story contest were thinking. Turnill, a 94-year-old former journalist who once interviewed Wells himself, received a bunch of… » 7/20/10 8:30am 7/20/10 8:30am

Dedicate Your Brain To The Future Of Medicine

Got any great ideas about the future of medicine? Now's your chance to share them with the world — and reap fame and fortune, plus a free handheld computer, into the bargain. MedGadget, the internet journal of emerging medical technologies, is running its third annual Scifi Writing Contest, seeking stories about… » 11/04/08 5:40pm 11/04/08 5:40pm