>Top Ten Page Views for January 2008

>And Elizabeth Ellen takes the top spot back from John Leary, in what otherwise is a list dominated by recent stories.

1. (2) 8×10 by Elizabeth Ellen (12/15/06)
2. (4) The Off-Season by Jami Attenberg (12/15/07)
3. (1) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)
4. (7) How 9) Strange by Laird Hunt (12/15/07)
5. (9) Taco Foot by Jack Pendarvis (12/15/07)
6. (NR) Truth (ii) by Ben Ehrenreich (12/15/07)
7. (6) Holiday Inn by Kim Chinquee (12/15/07)
8. (10) A Company Function by Grant Bailie (12/15/07)
9. (NR) Killer Pair by Trinie Dalton (12/15/07)
10. (NR) What Happened to My Purple Flip-Flops by Arwen Dewey (12/15/07)


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