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It’s time again for Locus Magazine’s annual public poll of the best works in science fiction for the preceding year, with the winners taking home the prestigious Locus Awards. I’ve been privileged to win several of these awards, and they’re among the highest honors I’ve ever been paid. The Locus Awards are open to the general public, and attract more voting participation than any other award in the field.

I’m on the ballot again this year, three times: Little Brother (Best Young Adult), The Things That Make Me Weak and Strange Get Engineered Away (Best Novelette) and True Names (with Benjamin Rosenbaum, Best Novella). Looking at this year’s nominees, it’s clear that I’m in damned good company.

Happy voting!

2009 Locus Poll and Survey Ballot

(via Charlie Stross)

One Response to “Locus Award ballot for best sf of 2008 online”

  1. Thomas Moore

    I’m reading Little Brother to my 11 and 12 year old boys, a chapter a night, and they say its the best thing I’ve ever read to them. For a generation that seems hooked on fantasy, and in which science fiction seems to have lost its luster, any book that can help recapture an audience for sf is MOST deserving of all the awards it can reap. And t

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