>Top Ten Page Views for April

Almond is still #1, but he was seriously challenged last month by Mike Amato, whose story had only 75 less page views than Steve’s. Since I’m late posting this time around, I took a little time to delve a little more deeply. 54 stories last month had 100 or more page views. Pretty cool. Also, after the top ten page views of stories, I’m including the top ten page views for interviews.

1. (1) Pornography by Steve Almond (6/15/05)
2. (5) Heaven by the Highwayside by Mike Amato (3/15/07)
3. (NR) 8×10 by Elizabeth Ellen (12/15/06)
4. (2) Five Fat Men in a Hot Tub by Jeff Landon (9/15/05)
5. (6) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)
6. (4) This Is What You Left Behind by Tod Goldberg (3/15/07)
7. (8) There Swells and Jets a Heart by Rusty Barnes (3/15/07)
8. (7) Miss Hempstead’s Brother by Myfanwy Collins (3/15/07)
9. (NR) Baby in a Jar by Tom Saunders (3/15/07)
10. (9) The Color of Moths by Holly Selph (3/15/07)

1. Tod Goldberg (3/15/07)
2. Holly Selph (3/15/07)
3. Rusty Barnes (3/15/07)
4. Robert Travieso (3/15/07)
5. John Leary (3/15/07)
6. Mike Amato (3/15/07)
7. Jeff Vande Zende (3/15/07)
8. Max Ruback (3/15/07)
9. Stefani Nellen (3/15/07)
10. Jeff Landon (6/15/06)

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