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Following are some links to animation and writing related websites that Jeffrey has found valuable.

JEFFREY
If you know of any others please email me. And be sure to let me know of any other ways you feel I can improve my website.






JEFFREY'S BLOG AT ANIMATION WORLD NETWORK

Jeffrey is now one of Animation World Network's "Expert Bloggers". Read his latest articles on screenwriting!


ANIMATION INDUSTRY DIRECTORY

Published by Animation Magazine, contains thousands of names, addresses, phones, faxes, emails and web addresses of animation-related companies and professionals. This link will take you to Animation Magazine's web page where you can buy the directory, or sign up to put your name in it FREE!


ANIMATION MAGAZINE

Website of the number one monthly animation industry trade magazine! Daily animation industry news, events, and lots more.


ANIMATION WORLD NETWORK

Great online animation industry magazine, with news, databases on schools, studios, personnel, etc.


HOLLYWOOD CREATIVE DIRECTORY

Website for the quarterly directory that lists practically every studio, production company and executive in the motion picture and television industries. They also put out an Agents & Managers Directory.


KIDSCREEN

Tons of information on children's television, including hundreds of articles on broadcasting, production, licensing, advertising, publishing, teens, new media, etc.


"ONE LOOK" ONLINE DICTIONARIES

Words are a writer's bullets. This site has more "ammo" than you could ever imagine. Literally hundreds of dictionaries. An invaluable resource!


WOMEN IN ANIMATION

The place to go for a woman's viewpoint on the animation industry. Contact Jean Ann Wright to find out the date of my annual October W.I.A. Animation Writing Seminar.


WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA

Great articles and other resource material for the live-action writer, including a list of licensed literary agents across America. You can also protect your material here by registering it for a small fee.


EDDIE YOUNG

Need a great illustrator to do some development art for your series pitch? Contact Eddie Young. He did the character of "Wacky Willie" you saw on my opening home page.









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