>Top Ten Page Views for June

Just realized that I’m incredibly late with this. Almond’s back on top again, probably because linkage to Amato from the front page went away on the 15th when the new issue went live. Speaking of Almond, I’m reading the galley of his next book right now, and there’s an essay in there about Vonnegut that’s beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.

1. (2) Pornography by Steve Almond (6/15/05)
2. (1) Heaven by the Highwayside by Mike Amato (3/15/07)
3. (4) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)
4. (5) This Is What You Left Behind by Tod Goldberg (3/15/07)
5. (NR) The Attraction of Asphalt by Stefani Nellen (6/15/07)
6. (6) Five Fat Men in a Hot Tub by Jeff Landon (9/15/05)
7. (NR) Oblivious by Gary Cadwallader (6/15/07)
8. (NR) One Purple Finch by Kathy Fish (6/15/07)
9. (NR) The Wedge in Between by Debbie Ann Eis (6/15/07)
10. (NR) First Night by Ric Jahna (6/15/07)

1. (1) Mike Amato (3/15/07)
2. (2) Tod Goldberg (3/15/07)
3. (7) Myfanwy Collins (3/15/07)
4. (NR) Maggie Shearon (6/15/05)
5. (NR) Nancy Zafris (3/15/07)
6. (NR) Ric Jahna (6/15/07)
7. (NR) J.M. Patrick (6/15/07)
8. (NR) Stuart Dybek (6/15/05)
9. (NR) Kathy Fish (6/15/07)
10. (6) Jeff Landon 6/15/06)


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