The Most Popular Electric Literature Articles of 2014

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We thought we’d start the new year off with a look at our last. Here were our fifteen most popular articles (by page views) in 2014:

1) Taylor Swift and the Myth of the Mean Greedy Artist

2) 31 Fairly Obscure Literary Monsters

3) The Eleven Best Metal Songs About Literature

4) 17 Brilliant Short Novels You Can Read in a Sitting

5) If Strangers Talked to Everybody like They Talk to Writers

6) The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima: The Stuff of Reality TV

7) Books Hunter S. Thompson Thinks You Should Read

8) INFOGRAPHIC: Yoga for Writers

9) INFOGRAPHIC: Game of Books, How A Song of Ice and Fire Stacks Up

10) Electric Literature’s 25 Best Novels of 2014

11) Ursula K. Le Guin talks to Michael Cunningham about genres, gender, and broadening fiction

12) Cormac McCarthy Smiles

13) INFOGRAPHIC: How to Name Your Lit Mag

14) Jeff VanderMeer’s Favorite Fiction from 2014

15) 10 Books That Stayed With Me (That You Maybe Haven’t Read)

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