I am pretty sure I've pointed out that eFiction was BS before. If I haven't, very sorry, because I know I've thought it.
I just wanted to point one thing out that's buried in there pretty deep:
"Precisely. That's the only way that I could give up my take from the individual issue sales to give to writers.
I'm not going to work for writers. And I don't expect writers to work for me. Everyone should work for themselves."
That's the guy who runs eFiction. The guy trying to get writers to submit to him. In essence, he makes enough money to live on, but there's close to zero left over, so editors get a tiny amount, and writers see next to nothing.