Swap code for prose to win Write IT prize

The BCS is asking anybody interested in IT to put fingers to keyboard as part of a short story competition to mark its half-centenary and celebrate the impact of computers on society.

The BCS is asking anybody interested in IT to put fingers to keyboard as part of a short story competition to mark its half-centenary and celebrate the impact of computers on society.

The prize for the Write IT competition - £500 worth of computer vouchers - will be presented by cult science fiction writer Jasper Fforde. The winning story will be printed in BCS magazine IT Now.

A separate £250 computer voucher is also available for the best story written by somebody aged 16 or under.

"The stories must have a plot involving IT, either in the past, present or in years to come," said BCS chief executive David Clarke.

More information

www.bcs.org/shortstory

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