The Daily Punctilio Headquarters' basement (possibly)
Brown (in TV series)
Dark (in TV series)
Editor-in-chief of The Daily Punctilio
- "That's going to make a wonderful headline."
- —Eleanora to the Baudelaires after they say they feel terrible and miss their parents very much
Eleanora Poe is the editor-in-chief of The Daily Punctilio.
Eleanora is Arthur Poe's sister.
She is later locked in the basement of the newspaper building by her star reporter Geraldine Julienne under orders from Esmé Squalor. She then tries to telegram her brother. Unfortunately, her telegram and the Baudelaire's telegram are ignored due to an impostor telling Mr. Poe to ignore all incoming telegrams.
Her ultimate fate remains unknown.
In The Penultimate Peril, it is mentioned at some point in time, Bertrand Baudelaire pulled an elevator prank and "a tiresome woman named Eleanora had been forced to visit every story on the way up to her room."
In the Netflix adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events, the character of Eleanora Poe is combined with the character of Polly Poe from the novels, subsequently being portrayed as both the editor-in-chief of the Daily Punctilio and the wife of Arthur Poe, as opposed to being his sister in the novels. She is therefore the mother of Edgar and Albert Poe. She is portrayed by Cleo King.
She appears to be a very callous woman whose utmost priorities are delicious headlines, even telling the Baudelaires to say they feel terrible and miss their parents very much. When Georgina Orwell dies, she goes to Lucky Smells Lumbermill and smiles when photographing her body.
Eleanora may also be replacing the role of Geraldine Julienne, as Geraldine was not mentioned in season 1.
- The Penultimate Peril (Mentioned only)
- The Beatrice Letters (Mentioned only)
- Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography (Mentioned only)
- A Series of Unfortunate Events (TV series)
- Eleanora Poe's name is a reference to Edgar Allan Poe and his short story "Eleanora."
- The uploader of the "An Unfortunate Teaser", a YouTube teaser for the Netflix TV series, uses the name Eleanora Poe. Despite Netflix disclaiming it, many fans believe Netflix was behind the video. For unknown reasons, the YouTube account uses an image of Laura Jean Libbey as its avatar, possibly as a placeholder.