The weekly British magazine The Spectator holds regular literary competitions. For competition no. 3061, they invited participants to imagine well-known authors writing science fiction. Here's the link to the top five flash-fiction entries - science fiction stories as written by George and Weedon Grossmith, P. G. Wodehouse, Charles Dickens, Joseph Conrad and Raymond Chandler: https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2018/...n-winners-p-g-wodehouse-does-science-fiction/ I thought some of the writers on this forum (or anyone else) might find something like this a fun exercise. Imagine well-known or even some of your favourite non-genre authors writing a piece of science-flash-fiction.