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NaNoWriMo statistics

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Until 2013, the NaNoWriMo website included a page showing event statistics from the very beginning. Since this page was removed in 2013 and the stats are still of interest, we're including them here.

National Novel Writing Month

  • 1999: 21 participants and 6 winners (29%)
  • 2000: 140 participants and 29 winners (21%)
  • 2001: 5000 participants and more than 700 winners (~14%)
  • 2002: 13,500 participants and around 2,100 winners (~16%)
  • 2003: 25,500 participants and about 3,500 winners (~14%)
  • 2004: 42,000 participants and just shy of 6,000 winners (~14%). Total words written: 428,164,975
  • 2005: 59,000 participants and 9,769 winners (17%). Total words written: 714,227,354
  • 2006: 79,813 participants and 12,948 winners (16%). Total words written: 982,564,701
  • 2007: 101,510 participants and 15,333 winners (15%). Total words written: 1,187,931,929
  • 2008: 119,301 participants and 21,683 winners (18%). Total words written: 1,643,343,993
  • 2009: 167,150 participants and 32,178 winners (19%). Total words written: 2,427,190,537
  • 2010: 200,500 participants and 37,500 winners (19%). Total words written: 2,872,682,109
  • 2011: 256,618 participants and 36,843 winners (14%). Total words written: 3,074,068,446
  • 2012: 341,375 participants and 38,438 winners (11%). Total words written: 3,288,976,325
  • 2013: 310,095 participants and 42,221 winners (14%). Total words written: 3,520,123,164
  • 2014: 325,142 participants and 58,917 winners (18%)
  • 2015: 351,489 participants and 40,423 winners (12%)

Camp NaNoWriMo

  • 2011: 6,400 July Participants, 6,236 August Participants, 1,755 total winners
  • 2012: 15,307 June Particpants, 12,859 August Participants, 3,579 total winners
  • 2013: 44,919 campers
  • 2014: 55,774 campers
  • 2015: 57,402 campers and 10,682 winners

Young Writers Program

  • 2005: over 100 schools
  • 2006: over 300 schools
  • 2007: 366 schools
  • 2008: 600 schools
  • 2009: 1,295 schools
  • 2010: 1800 schools, 68,710 participants
  • 2011: 2000 schools, 81,040 participants and 16,334 winners (32%)
  • 2012: 97,864 participants and 18,531 winners (22%)
  • 2013: 89,500 participants and 18,670 winners (21%)
  • 2014: 81,311 participants
  • 2015: 80,137 students and educators and 19,979 winners (25%). 359,761,882 total words written.

Come Write In

  • 2012: 615 libraries and community spaces
  • 2013: 650 libraries and community spaces
  • 2014: 849 libraries and community spaces
  • 2015: 1,015 libraries and community spaces

Municipal Liaisons and Regions

  • 2015: 926 Municipal Liaisons and 575 regions (633 total regions)

Script Frenzy

Script Frenzy stats go here

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