Top 10 Posts for September 2021

Especially with the Hugos pushed off until December, fans approached the Dragon Awards announcement with the eagerness of kids awaiting a visit from Santa Claus. Santa was especially good to the T. Kingfisher household this year, leaving two Dragons.   

And high on the Scroll-Free Top 10 was Chris Barkley’s column about his many adventures running Worldcon Press Offices.

Here are the ten most-read posts for September 2021 according to Google Analytics.

  1. 2021 Dragon Awards
  2. Pixel Scroll 9/21/21 I Wish They All Could Be California Scrolls
  3. Pixel Scroll 9/1/21 Pixel At The Well Of Scrolls
  4. Pixel Scroll 9/3/21 If It Doesn’t Scroll Naturally, File It
  5. Pixel Scroll 9/15/21 You Load Fifteen Pixels, What Do You Get?
  6. Pixel Scroll 9/4/21 I Have Become Pixel, Scroller Of Worlds
  7. Pixel Scroll 9/22/21 Or I Will Scroll Thee In The Gobberfiles With My Pixelcruncheon, See If I Don’t!
  8. Pixel Scroll 9/8/21 HR Pixeling Stuff! Whose Your File When Things Get Rough
  9. Pixel Scroll 9/13/21 Headcanon: The Universe Will Come To An End Following The Generation Of Nine Billion Pixel Scroll Titles
  10. Pixel Scroll 9/12/21 The Old File-Hidden-In-The-Pixel-Scroll Trick

SCROLL-FREE TOP 10

  1. 2021 Dragon Awards
  2. Barkley — So Glad You (Didn’t) Ask: A Column of Unsolicited Opinions #62
  3. Vox Day’s Blog Offline
  4. British Fantasy Awards 2021
  5. Celebrating The Wonderful Nehemiah Persoff At 102
  6. Carol Carr (1938-2021)
  7. Russell T Davies Returning as Doctor Who Showrunner
  8. Rondon Murder Trial Begins
  9. Jon Del Arroz Permabanned from Twitter
  10. N.K. Jemisin on TIME100 List

[Illustration by Teddy Harvia.]

3 thoughts on “Top 10 Posts for September 2021

  1. File 770 probably got more traffic for the Dragon award reporting than the DragonCon website did.
    Is it just me, or does there seem to be a waning of interest and support for the award over there?

  2. Steve Davidson: That would assume there was ever interest and support there. We’ve gotten the impression it was a pet project by a person or group, which Dragoncon allowed and gave some space for, not a beloved/required part of the con like the Hugo.

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