>Top Ten Page Views for March

Almond’s at the top, as usual, although his page views dipped below a thousand for the first time in ages. I wouldn’t be too surprised to see his usual place usurped in the months to come. Except for the top three, all of the top ten are stories published in the middle of last month.

1. (1) Pornography by Steve Almond (6/15/05)
2. (3) Five Fat Men in a Hot Tub by Jeff Landon (9/15/05)
3. (2) A Deep Desire for Blue by Alexandra Fox (6/15/05)
4. (NR) This Is What You Left Behind by Tod Goldberg (3/15/07)
5. (NR) Heaven by the Highwayside by Mike Amato (3/15/07)
6. (NR) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)
7. (NR) Miss Hempstead’s Brother by Myfanwy Collins (3/15/07)
8. (NR) There Swells and Jets a Heart by Rusty Barnes (3/15/07)
9. (NR) The Color of Moths by Holly Selph (3/15/07)
10. (NR) Seven in the Morning by Max Ruback (3/15/07)


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