New Scientist is one of the best science magazines in the solar system, partly because its staff is packed with science fiction fans. That's why they're running a 'flash fiction' contest, where you submit your SF story about life 100 years from now - in 350 words or less. The panel of judges includes author Stephen Baxter, and the contest is inspired by a package of short stories the magazine ran by well-known SF authors describing life a century from now.

Find out how to enter the contest via New Scientist

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