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Year in Review: 2022 Stats


I would like to thank everyone who reads Autumn Sky Poetry DAILY, and all the poets who’ve sent their work to me over the years (from the quarterly ezine begun in 2006 to now). I can honestly say that the quality of work I receive on a daily basis is what keeps me going. The stats for 2022 exceeded 2021 (and every other prior year):

  • Total views: 57,447 (average ~5000 per month)
  • Total visitors: 23, 307 (average ~2000 per month)
  • Likes: 2564 (twice as many as 2021)
  • Comments: 414

Right now I am on hiatus from reading submissions until February 1, 2023. During this time, I will be working on a new theme/interface for the site that will hopefully make it easier to maintain. I’ve already upgraded my website plan in order to make room for more photos (for the Saturday book feature) and to automate backups. I’m hoping this process goes smoothly, but you know how much fun “upgrading” tech can be. Wish me luck!

This year I will continue to post poems from the defunct quarterly archives as well as poems from the daily archives every Sunday. Each Saturday will feature a book and poem from a past contributor. I expect to go on hiatus once in a while, but rest assured that your spectacular poems and our community of poetry aficionados will keep Autumn Sky Poetry DAILY going for many years to come.

-Christine, editor


11 responses to “Year in Review: 2022 Stats”

  1. Ed Hack Avatar
    Ed Hack

    Thank you, Christine, for your dedication and your hard work! Believe me, you are much appreciated.

  2. Carol Amato Avatar
    Carol Amato

    Dear Christine!
    Thanks beyond measure for all of your efforts and for choosing poems that we can enjoy and appreciate every day! I think you are one of the best journals (print and online) in this country! And no fuss or bother… or cover letter, or credits needed. A great poem does stand alone and is meant to be shared. Thank you also for publishing a few of my poems, too! So exciting to look for those 5 days!

  3. Elise Kazanjian Avatar
    Elise Kazanjian

    You are the best. Thanks for all the enjoyment of reading fine poems curated by you. It is a mind blowing
    project and you do it daily–brava Christine.

  4. Margot Brown Avatar
    Margot Brown

    I enjoy your commentary that follows some of the poems you publish. Very few journals do this. I was on the staff of one journal where we reviewed a small number of the poems we published. I think it adds value to the journal.

  5. Janice D. Soderling Avatar

    You rock, Christine. Be well.

  6. Jerry Krajnak Avatar
    Jerry Krajnak

    Congratulations on the great numbers, Christine! And I echo Margot’s comments about your commentaries on poems, in particular on formal poems. I look forward to seeing what’s in my inbox from you. Jerry Krajnak

  7. crsunde Avatar

    Hi and Happy New Year!

    Just a THANK YOU for all your work re: Autumn Sky Poetry Daily. Always a delight to see your work and the sharing of poemsl



  8. MJ Werthman White Avatar
    MJ Werthman White

    Wow! Those numbers are impressive – seems poetry is alive and well, thanks to people like you, Christine.
    Love Autumn Sky!

  9. Joyce Avatar

    Those numbers speak volumes! To your good work and dedication, to the creativity of this ever-growing community of poets, and to the joy and power of shared poetry. I echo every comment made before mine. It was a thrill to have one of my poems published, to read your insightful comments, and to receive comments from those touched by the poem. It’s a pleasure to be greeted and inspired every morning by a poem. Good luck with the tech upgrade, and thank you for Autumn Sky Daily.

  10. MKA Avatar

    Hi Christine,

    Just to let you know that the home page says “…until February 1, 2022 (site upgrade).” I’m sure you meant to say 2023.

    Thanks for all the good work.

    1. Christine Klocek-Lim Avatar

      Argh! Yes, I meant 2023. Thank you!

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