Top 10 Stories for September 2022

The announcement of the Hugos winners ran true to form as the month’s most widely read post. However, several other Worldcon-related news stories also made the Top 10, beginning with the worrying news that death threats had been lodged against two Worldcon program participants who identified themselves in social media – Patrick Tomlinson and Oghenechovwe Donald Ekepeki.

Here are the ten most-read posts of September 2022 according to Google Analytics.

  1. 2022 Hugo Awards
  2. Chicon 8 Reveals Anonymous Death Threats Were Made Against Two Program Participants
  3. Guest Post: Standlee on the Future of Worldcon Governance
  4. Balticon Chair Apologizes After Author Stephanie Burke Removed From Panels
  5. What Did We Learn About the Chengdu Worldcon During Chicon 8?
  6. Pixel Scroll 9/3/22 I Have Come To Praise Your Furries, Not To Scroll Them
  7. EPH Re-Ratified, Pro-Ukraine and Anti-Lukianenko Resolutions Passed by Chicon 8 Business Meeting
  8. 2022 Dragon Awards
  9. Pixel Scroll 9/9/22 The Risk of Repeating Scroll Titles is Real
  10. Pixel Scroll 9/6/22 All Of The Riverworld Ramblers Are Losing Their Grails

Scroll-Free Top 10

  1. 2022 Hugo Awards
  2. Chicon 8 Reveals Anonymous Death Threats Were Made Against Two Program Participants
  3. Guest Post: Standlee on the Future of Worldcon Governance
  4. Balticon Chair Apologizes After Author Stephanie Burke Removed From Panels
  5. What Did We Learn About the Chengdu Worldcon During Chicon 8?
  6. EPH Re-Ratified, Pro-Ukraine and Anti-Lukianenko Resolutions Passed by Chicon 8 Business Meeting
  7. 2022 Dragon Awards
  8. Barkley — So Glad You (Didn’t) Ask: Chicon 8 Special
  9. BSFS Reports Results of the Code of Conduct Investigation Concerning Balticon 56
  10. Tolkien: An Unexpected Sainthood
  11. Review: Extraordinary Attorney Woo

[Illustration by Teddy Harvia.]

3 thoughts on “Top 10 Stories for September 2022

  1. The Top 10 represents the most read posts of the month, not restricted to the posts published in the month. A Catholic blog did a post on the topic that linked to my 2017 coverage.

  2. Thanks for the inside information, and apologies for wasting your time by slowness of thinking. Now to write out 1000 times, “A post most popular in September is not necessarily a September post.”…..

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