Locus Awards: Free To Vote

The Locus Awards is the only major F&SF award where you don’t have to meet a particular criteria to be able to vote, unlike the Nebula Award, where you have to be a member of SFWA or the Hugo, where you must be a Worldcon member (though if you’re a Locus subscriber, your vote counts twice where everyone else has one).

So I urge you to take the time to vote, which you can do here on the Locus website:

One story I hope you’ll consider voting for is Mike Alexander and K.C. Ball’s “The Moon Belongs to Everyone,” which appeared in Analog in December, 2012. Mike passed around the same time the story came out, and it’s a fine story that I would also like to see on there for sentimental reasons.

(And of course if you wanted to write anything in, Near+Far is eligible for the collection category and “Five Ways to Fall in Love on Planet Porcelain” for the short story one. The publisher is Hydra House.)

I’m looking forward to the awards. They’re always a nice way to start off the summer season.

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Cat Rambo lives, writes, and teaches by the shores of an eagle-haunted lake in the Pacific Northwest. Her 200+ fiction publications include stories in Asimov's, Clarkesworld Magazine, and Her short story, "Five Ways to Fall in Love on Planet Porcelain," from her story collection Near + Far (Hydra House Books), was a 2012 Nebula nominee. Her editorship of Fantasy Magazine earned her a World Fantasy Award nomination in 2012. She is the current President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). She is currently working on Hearts of Tabat, the sequel to her first novel, Beasts of Tabat. A new story collection, Neither Here Nor There, appears from Hydra House this fall.
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