Top 10 Posts for May 2018

Lots of SFF news from Utah this month. FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention’s Bryan Brandenburg lit off the internet with several ill-chosen statements in social media about the con’s handling of a harassment complaint.

Then, Filers had a lot to say when Larry Correia was disinvited as an Origins guest, much of which was even on-topic, in the process generating the 12th-highest number of comments any post here has ever received.

But that wasn’t the only newsmaking state in May. Discussion about WisCon (in Madison, Wisconsin), and ConCarolinas also drove comments on some of the highest-rated Scrolls.

Here are two lists, the complete Top 10, and a second that leaves out the daily roundups.

  1. Origins Game Fair Drops Larry Correia as Guest
  2. Pixel Scroll 5/16/18 Ringworlds For Sale or Rent, Moons To Let Fifty Cents
  3. Pixel Scroll 5/27/18 Pixels Scroll Good, Like An E-fanzine Should
  4. Pixel Scroll 5/15/18 Pixel sCrola. It’s The Refreshing Cola With The Scrolling Taste You Love!
  5. Pixel Scroll 5/23/18 Admit It – You Woulda Done The Same!
  6. Pixel Scroll 5/28/18 Chapter 5 – Our Last, Best Hope For Pixels
  7. FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention Sharply Criticized for Handling of Anti-harassment Complaint
  8. FenCon’s Statement on Ringo’s 2013 Appearance
  9. Pixel Scroll 5/29/18 The Future Is Pixelled, It’s Just Not Evenly Scrolled
  10. Pixel Scroll 5/20/18 I Know What You’re Thinking: Did He Scroll Six Pixels Or Only Five?

The Scroll-Free Top 10

  1. Origins Game Fair Drops Larry Correia as Guest
  2. FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention Sharply Criticized for Handling of Anti-harassment Complaint
  3. FenCon’s Statement on Ringo’s 2013 Appearance
  4. John Ringo Out As ConCarolinas Special Guest
  5. Bob Eggleton Announcement
  6. Benevolent Airships
  7. Gardner Dozois Remembered
  8. 2017 Nebula Awards
  9. Where To Find The 2018 Hugo Finalists For Free Online
  10. Del Arroz Files Suit Against Worldcon 76

3 thoughts on “Top 10 Posts for May 2018

  1. OGH was being kind to us with that remark.

    “More than usual of which” might have been accurate, but clunky.

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