>Top Ten Page Views for May 2009

>Once again, very late posting this, due to insane work schedules. Total traffic for the month was 86,341, which convinces me that, yes, I need to find time to pimp the site again. Samuel Lee’s piece is yet another testament to the power of StumbleUpon, as his story garnered over 5,000 page views from Stumblers alone. One reviewer there commented, “Thanks for the braingasm.”

1. (6) I Use Commas like Ninja Stars by Samuel Lee (3/18/09)
2. (4) Pornography by Steve Almond (6/15/05)
3. (3) Barista by Sarah Black (3/18/09)
4. (5) Night Vision by Edmond Caldwell (3/18/09)
5. (2) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)
6. (7) Star Man by Bill Cook (3/18/09)
7. (NR) The Folk Singer Dreams of Time Machines by Matt Bell (6/15/08)
8. (8) One Night at Crobar by Shane Goth (3/18/09)
9. (NR) Disease Relics by Blake Butler (6/15/08)
10. (9) Bluegills by Thomas Cooper (3/18/09)

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