The ballot and survey for the 36th Annual Locus Awards is now online. It covers works that first appeared in 2005. You can vote for up to five works in any category, and are not restricted to works contained in the drop-down lists on the ballot (which correspond to the Recommended Reading List). For what it’s worth, I think voting really is worth your time. When CHARLES first set up the awards, his intention was to positively affect the Hugo awards. After 36 years, the Locus Award has become an important award in its own right.