What you’ll get
—Curated links, with commentary and pull-quotes
—A weekly round-up of classics content
—Original humorous posts
—Content calls for Eidolon
—Posts about the writing process that can make you feel like you could become a better...
writer but probably won’t; the very best writing advice
—Sarcasm and satire
Donna Zuckerberg: Overuser of sarcastic parentheses (can there be too many, though?)
Sarah Scullin: Humorist, Mother, Wife, Classicist, in that order
Yung In Chae: Another way of saying youth hostel
Tori Lee: Grad student, crossword puzzle enthusiast, sporadic skincare devotee
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On email I guess: email@example.com
Do we still have a Tumblr? We do? On Tumblr: https://eidolonclassicsjournal.tumblr.com/
On the phone: never that’s not what phones do
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What does it cost?
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How often will you publish?
1-5 times/week. Fate is a fickle ninny.
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Why are you doing this
Fame, money, and other motivations of sound moral grounding. God, probably. Also, all the cool kids are doing it, and by “cool kids” we mean “alumni of The Toast”