Top Blog Posts from 13 Years of Blogging at Ennyman’s Territory

“What a long, strange trip it’s been.”

Photo by Tim Foster on Unsplash

Just out of curiosity, I looked back to see what I could learn from reviewing thirteen years of analytics on my Ennyman’s Territory blog. It started as an inventory of the top blog posts of the decade.

Here’s some of what I found.

First, I sure didn’t have very many visitors for those first several years. In retrospect, I’m not even sure why I kept going. Nevertheless, every once in a while something would flash like lightning, strike a chord, run like the wind, take off like a rocket, blaze like a wildfire and go bananas. Or something like that.

Here are the top blog posts (in terms of page views) from each year since it was started.

A Trip to the Morgue

Curses, Foiled Again

Dali: Madman or Genius?


Five Minutes with Painter Marcia Baldwin

Was Robert Hughes Right About Basquiat?

What Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot May Have Been Fighting About in Dylan’s Desolation Row

A Visit with Karl Erik Andersen, Founder of

Scott Warmuth Sheds Light On Some of the Games Dylan Plays

Dylan Mural Makes Monumental Impact In Minneapolis

Photo courtesy Philip Hale. Bob Dylan at the Beacon in NYC

Photos and a Note from Glasgow as Dylan’s Never Ending Tour Leaves Fans Warmed in the British Isles

George Harrison & Friends: The 1971 Concert for Bangladesh

Dylan at the Beacon — Philip Hale Shares Why Fans Keep Coming Back for More

THANK YOU to everyone who has stopped by Ennyman’s Territory over the past thirteen years. I know there are always other things to do, to watch, to read, so I generally try to make it worth your while to visit when you can.

This listicle was created at the end of 2019 and included a wish for each of my readers experience unanticipated blessings in 2020. What we’ve experienced this year is most assuredly something unanticipated. As it is written, “Who can tell what a day will bring forth?”

Stay safe, wash your hands, and make the most of your time. We live but once. It’s not what happens to us but how we respond that says who we are.

Wishing you the best, wherever you are.

An avid reader who writes about arts, culture, literature & other life obsessions. @ennyman3 Look for my books on Amazon

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