>Top Ten Page Views for November

>Well, well, well. For the second month in a row, “Pornography” ain’t numero uno. Maybe its stranglehold has finally loosened. The number one, however, has an image of a breast. I guess we know what readers want, huh?

1. (NR) 8×10 by Elizabeth Ellen (12/15/06)
2. (4) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)
3. (1) When the Toasts Stopped Being Funny by Steve Almond (9/15/07)
4. (3) Raymond Carver by Dan Chaon (9/15/07)
5. (7) Nailed by Robert J. Bradley (9/15/07)
6. (6) Mole Man by Stuart Dybek (9/15/07)
7. (2) Pornography by Steve Almond (6/15/05)
8. (5) Ethnic Lego Girls Carry Spears by Heidi W. Durrow (9/15/07)
9. (8) Party by Emily Fridlund (9/15/07)
10. (9) The Sound of Success by Terry DeHart (9/15/07)

Total page views for the month was 66,704, which is right in line with the monthly average for the year of 66,141.18. The total for the year so far is 727,553, so a good December should push us over 800,000 page views for the year! I wanna break a million in ’08.


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