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February 02, 2006

For Those of You Who Like to Vote For Things Online

The 2006 Locus Poll & Survey is up, and you can vote for your favorite SF books and short works, and no, you don't have to be a Locus subscriber to vote. You just have to love science fiction and fantasy with a pure and gentle soul. Well, actually, not even that -- you just need an e-mail address and the ability to use an online drop-down menu. See how far we've come.

I'll note that Old Man's War is in the drop-down menu for Best First Novel, but if you wanted to vote for it for Best Novel, you'd have to enter it as a write-in. You'd also have to enter The Rough Guide to Sci-Fi Movies as a write-in for Best Non-Fiction Book. You know, if that was something you thought you wanted to do. Maybe.

Seriously, however -- lots of good books in 2005, both in the drop down menus and out of them, so if you've read and enjoyed SF/F this year, swing by and vote for your favorites.

Posted by john at February 2, 2006 02:24 PM

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Harry Connolly | February 3, 2006 03:37 PM

John, this seems like an appropriate thread for me to jump in and say that I read OMW this week and enjoyed it very much.

Good work!

John Scalzi | February 3, 2006 04:01 PM

Thanks!

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