A roundup of reactions to the 2020 World Fantasy Con program announcement, and a report about the committee’s apology and efforts to make changes were last month’s two most-read items.
Another Top 10 post stemming from the same issue was Chris Barkley’s column telling why he volunteered to give feedback to improve the WFC program, with examples of what he recommended.
Here are the 10 posts with the most readers for October 2020 according to Google Analytics.
- World Fantasy Con 2020 Apology for Program Draft Seeks to Stem Participant Attrition
- Release of Virtual WFC 2020 Program Attracts Criticism
- Artists Corroborate Flegal Harassment Allegations
- Pixel Scroll 10/17/20 The Eliot Ness Monster
- Pixel Scroll 10/16/20 Hey! HAL! I’m Not Just Sitting Here On The Dock Of The Pod Door Bay For My Health! Open The $^%&$! Door, HAL!
- Barkley — So Glad You (Didn’t) Ask: A Column of Unsolicited Opinions #54
- Pixel Scroll 10/5/20 Clem Kapixelscroller
- Pixel Scroll 10/22/20 Yondo Lies The Pixel Of My Filer
- Pixel Scroll 10/23/20 Pixels Should Scroll A Minimum Of Six Feet Apart
- Richard Lupoff (1935-2020)