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Voting for the 2015 Ursa Major Awards nominations now open

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Ursa Major Awards banner by EosFoxxVoting for the 2015 Ursa Major Awards, for the Best Anthropomorphic Literature and Art of the 2014 calendar year in eleven categories, is now open. The voting for nomination was opened yesterday, January 14, and will continue until February 29.

The eleven categories are: Best Anthropomorphic Motion Picture, Best Anthropomorphic Dramatic Short or Series, Best Anthropomorphic Novel, Best Anthropomorphic Short Fiction, Best Anthropomorphic Other Literary Work, Best Anthropomorphic Graphic Story, Best Anthropomorphic Comic Strip, Best Anthropomorphic Magazine, Best Anthropomorphic Published Illustration, Best Anthropomorphic Game and Best Anthropomorphic Website.

Voting is open to all. To vote, go to the Ursa Major Awards website and click on "Voting for 2014" at the left. You will receive instructions on how to register to vote. You do not have to vote in every category. It is recommended that nominators please vote in only those categories in which they feel knowledgeable.

The The 2015 Recommended Anthropomorphics List can be used as a guideline to help voters; however, works do not have to be included on the Recommended List to be voted for. Works on the Recommended List are also not automatically nominated, either. Flayrah has an extensive series of reviews in a variety of categories to further help make decisions.

Flayrah is eligible for the category of Best Anthropomorphic Magazine; please consider nominating us!

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