>Top Ten Page Views for April 2008 (stats are back!)

>Woohoo! Stats are working again! I’d like to apologize for the downtime we had with the site for a couple days over the weekend and hope it didn’t panic anyone too much. On the plus side, having to talk to our web host prompted me to mention that we’d really like to have our stats working again. And now they are! I’ve gone through and backfilled the missing top tens. If you click here, you should be able to see all of them that were missing (and, at some point, I’ll go back and put tags on all of the top tens ever, so they’ll all be viewable on one page). April saw another new #1, David Barringer’s cockroach micro.

1. (3) The Cockroach by David Barringer (3/15/08)
2. (2) Pornography by Steve Almond (6/15/05)
3. (6) Worried & Wondering by Aaron Burch (3/15/08)
4. (5) Trestle by Matt Briggs (3/15/08)
5. (1) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)
6. (NR) Scrape by Utahna Faith (3/15/08)
7. (NR) We by Patricia Parkinson (3/15/08)
8. (8) Dead Dog Rising by Kate Hill Cantrill (3/15/08)
9. (NR) Last Fall by Katherine Grosjean (3/15/08)
10. (NR) Raymond Carver by Dan Chaon (9/15/07)

SO glad to have stats working again. I’ll be compiling the stats for the last two issues in a bit, and will be posting them as well.


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