Fishing for your very own Eel.
Eels have a reputation for being slippery and slithery, which is why people always think eels are difficult to get hold of. The Eclectic Eel is an exception to the rule. She has put her electric juices to good use by using them to run a computer and threatening two people into submission. These two minions act as the Eel's editorial Small Fry. They are the ones who send emails on the Eel's behalf because she finds it a little problematic typing with fins and teeth. They also update Eel's blog, respond to Eel's emails, update her Facebook page and manage the Eel's Twitter account. The Eel loves hearing from new people and so she has tried to make it as easy as possible for people all over the world to get in touch with her. These are the places you can find the Eel:
- Duotrope: To see Eel's profile, click this link: https://duotrope.com/ (Please note that subscriptions to Duotrope are required to find the Eel's page and access the Eel's interview).
- Find the Eel on Facebook as 'Eclectic Eel'.
- You can also connect with the Eel on Twitter @Eclecti25084782
- For queries about the zine and to send the Eel your submissions, email her at email@example.com
- You can also leave comments on Eel's blog.
Getting a clone of the Eel:
The Eel's zine used to be printed. However, due to the increasing costs of postage and packaging, she is unable to continue posting copies to contributors overseas. Rather than limiting the Eel's contributors to UK-based writers, she has decided to make her zine available as a PDF that can be downloaded from the 'Eel's Archives'. The Eel hopes to have the next issue available online within the next couple of weeks, and she is hoping to get her previous issues on here as well - although the latter will depend on whether she can get permission from the writers. Eel apologises to those who prefer printed zines rather than online collections, but the Eel felt that doing everything online was the best way of ensuring that the issues continued swimming. The plus side of the Eel being online is that copies of the issue are now FREE and this means the Eel is easier to catch than plaice, (who can hardly swim at all compared to me)!