Year in Review: Silliman, Huffpo, and search bots

Surprising sometimes what people take from the work you do.  Consider this blog’s most popular posts of all time,  with the exception of the About page and The Inbox:

Thanks to Ron Silliman, whose mighty links more than boosted readership for these posts:
Teaching contemporary poetry
Poets’ panels produce pithy pronouncements
Making Gertrude accessible

And to Huffington Post for creating a storm around this post:
A Dada inspired robocall

And to search engines for pointing to this:
Form letter (clip and save)
The subject of which is the proper spelling of ‘cord’ vs. ‘chord’. That off-the-cuff post has become the sixth-most-read item on this blog. So this has become a blog about vocal cords. Maybe that makes sense.

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