>Top Ten Page Views for May

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The king is dead, long live the king! Almond actually fell to #2 last month as Mike Amato took over the top spot. It’ll be interesting to see how long Mike can maintain that place, especially since there’ll be a new issue going in live on the 15th.

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

Interviews
1. (6) Mike Amato (3/15/07)
2. (1) Tod Goldberg (3/15/07)
3. (NR) Thomas Kearnes (12/15/06)
4. (2) Holly Selph (3/15/07)
5. (9) Stefani Nellen (3/15/07)
6. (10) Jeff Landon (6/15/06)
7. (NR) Myfanwy Collins (3/15/07)
8. (3) Rusty Barnes (3/15/07)
9. (NR) Spencer Dew (10/15/04)
10. (NR) Ann Walters (3/15/07)

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