The deadline for sending in your ballots is only five days away.
Anyone who attended Bouchercon 2014 in Long Beach, or who has registered for Bouchercon 2015 in Raleigh, North Carolina, should have received--via e-mail--a personal link to an online ballot, inviting you to nominate books and stories in six Anthony Awards categories. If you’re eligible to vote, but have not received your ballot, promptly e-mail B.G. Ritts with your name and the information of whether you were at Long Beach or have registered for the Raleigh convention.
These ballots must be returned electronically by this coming Thursday, April 30. The top five candidates in each category will be announced after May 1, and the Anthonys are to be presented during a ceremony in Raleigh on Saturday, October 10.