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August Writer's Bios
Jerry Beck was co-founder of Streamline Pictures, which he left in
1993. He is also an animation historian, who recently produced The Definitive
Betty Boop, an eight-volume home video set that will be released this
fall by Republic Pictures.
Harvey Deneroff, in addition to his duties as Editor of Animation
World Magazine, edits and publishes The Animation Report, an
industry newsletter, which can be reached at email@example.com.
John Gosling is a freelance writer living in England. His major credits
include numerous anime video reviews for the magazine MangaMania
and an article on the use of factual space concepts in anime for Spaceflight,
the journal of the British Interplanetary Society. His writing also encompasses
science fiction television and books, in which capacity he regularly contributes
to SFX magazine. John edits his own web magazine, The 3WA (World
Wide Web Of Anime) and cordially invites your visit.
Frankie Kowalski is Associate Editor of Animation World Magazine
and is currently on ASIFA-Hollywood's Board of Directors.
Mark Langer teaches film at Carleton University in Ottawa Canada.
He is a frequent contributor to scholarly journals and a programmer of animation
Philippe Moins is the founder of the Brussels Festival of Cartoons
and Animated Films. A writer specializing in animation based in Brussels,
he was the Editor-in-Chief of ASIFA News (published by ASIFA-International),
and is now Editor of La Gazette du Loup, a quarterly newsletter on
Fred Patten has written on anime for fan and professional magazines
since the late 1970s. He currently writes a regular anime column for Animation
Mark Segall has won awards for labor journalism and public service
copywriting. He co-authored How To Make Love To Your Money (Delacorte,1982)
with his wife, Margaret Tobin. This fall, he will become Editor of ASIFA-East's
aNYmator newsletter, which he currently designs and is a regular
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