Eleanor Wood lives in Brighton, where she can mostly be found hanging around in cafés and record shops, running on the beach, pretending to be French and/or that it’s the 60s, and writing deep into the night. Her ‘dayjob’ is in academic publishing, and her work has previously been published in magazines such as Time Out and The Face. She has most recently been writing for the teen/feminist/culture website Mookychick; her erstwhile lo-fi fanzine, Shocking Blues and Mean Reds, won praise from The Independent, Lauren Laverne, and Marmalade magazine, among others.
These days, you can read her personal and ill-thought-out ramblings on her weblog, The Perfect Mixtape.
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