We’ve had some great new additions to the Seizure team over the past few months, so we thought we’d formally introduce you. Though she may have left us for now and jetted off to the UK, earlier in 2013 Eleanor was a co-editor of Flashers.
Say hello to Eleanor Chandler.
What do you do in your day job/life?
I spend my days working the shelves at Books Kinokuniya, studying at UTS and co-editing Flashers for Seizure.
In an ideal world, what would you do for money?
I would study tea ceremony in Japan.
What’s your favourite form or genre to write in?
Short fiction and poetry, but I also like to dabble in creative non-fiction.
If you could be a type of punctuation what would you be?
What record/album should be turned into a book?
Illinois by Sufjan Stevens.
Name your top three dinner party guests.
Jorge Luis Borges, David Attenborough and Doctor Who.
Travel! I was lucky enough* to be accepted into the University of East Anglia, UK to complete my final semester of study. I’ll be taking a break from regular Seizure, but will be working on a few other things for them.
*Seizure note: We say East Anglia is lucky to have her. We hope they give her back.