Dear As It Ought To Be Readers,
Despite everything 2020 threw at us, AIOTB Magazine was fortunate to receive so many brilliant poems, essays, interviews, and book reviews from writers around the world. Below, I have assembled the 50 most popular posts of the year based on the amount of hits they received. I know that few people will look back at 2020 with fondness, but maybe reviewing these posts from the year is a reminder of the resilience people have to continue to create in a crisis, and to channel the anxiety of the world into writing that connects us.
AIOTB Magazine was perhaps the only constant I had in 2020 that began and ended the year exactly the same, and completely intact. I have all of you contributors and readers to thank for that. Thanks for keeping me sane and connected to a community of writers when I most needed stability, creativity, and human connection in my life.
I have no idea what 2021 will look like, but if you keep reading and supporting each other’s work, you’ll at least have three new pieces a week on AIOTB Magazine to count on.
Ajah Henry Ekene:
Jennifer R. Lloyd:
THE NU PROFIT$ OF P/O/E/T/I/C DI$CHORD:
Leslie M. Rupracht:
Delora Sales Simbajon:
William Taylor Jr.:
Brian Chander Wiora:
- Ten Big Things to Know About Roy Bentley: A Review of My Mother’s Red Ford: New & Selected Poems, 1986-2020
2 thoughts on “Revisiting 2020: Our 50 Most Popular Posts of the Year”
thanks Chase! Here’s to hoping against hope and have a great 2021! John
Thanks, Chase! Good work throughout.
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