Top 10 Posts for June 2017

The sealion den was File 770’s most-visited exhibit last month, receiving the greatest number of comments (466) since September 4 last year — a day people had a lot to say about the inaugural set of Dragon Award winners.

The 6/20 Scroll was the second-most read post, benefitting from two unrelated discussions in comments, responses to Sarah A. Hoyt’s new statement about the future of Sad Puppies, and opinions about how smokers are treated.

The Brust/Shetterly post, of course, also was the most-read non-Scroll, far surpassing “Saying No,” which had little repeat business because comments were locked.

  1. Steven Brust’s Fourth Street Fantasy Remarks Generate Heat
  2. Pixel Scroll 6/20/17 Hugos And Dragons And Campbells Oh My!
  3. Pixel Scroll 6/12/17 Avoid The Green Pixels, They’re Not Ripe Yet
  4. Pixel Scroll 6/25/17 One Click, My Bonny Pixel, I’m After A Scroll Tonight
  5. Saying No
  6. Pixel Scroll 6/8/17 The Pixel Who Circumnavigated Filerland In A Scroll Of Her Own Making
  7. Pixel Scroll 6/26/17 Tyme Scrollfari, Inc. Scrollfaris Tu Any Pixel En The Fyle
  8. Pixel Scroll 6/16/17 There’s A Scroll In The Bottom Of The Sea
  9. Pixel Scroll 6/7/17 Pixel Me Your Best Shot, File Away!
  10. Pixel Scroll 6/6/17 Scrolltime For Pixels

Top 10 Without Scrolls

  1. Steven Brust’s Fourth Street Fantasy Remarks Generate Heat
  2. Saying No
  3. 2017 Hugo Finalist Review Roundup
  4. 2017 John W. Campbell Memorial Award Finalists
  5. Fans Demand Facebook Lift Its Ban on David Gerrold
  6. BookExpo Shrinkage
  7. 2017 Locus Awards
  8. Voting Opens for Year’s Best Military and Adventure SF Readers’ Choice Award
  9. Adam West (1928-2017)
  10. ComicMix Gains Partial Victory in Dr. Seuss Lawsuit Over Literary Mash-Up

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