Best Novels Of 2007 Include Alternate Present And Near Future Stories

You've chosen the winners of this year's Locus Awards for science fiction novels, stories, novellas, story collections, first novels and a few other categories. Locus has announced the finalists — including Charles Stross' Halting State, Michael Chabon's Yiddish Policemen's Union, Ian McDonald's Brasyl, William Gibson's Spook Country and Joe Haldeman's The Accidental Time Machine, for best novel — and the actual winners will be announced June 21 in Seattle. Image from Halting State's UK cover. [Locus, via SF Awards Watch]