Elaine's Other Work

Animation

Working for several European companies, from the mid-90s to the mid-2000s, Elaine wrote scripts for animation geared to young children.

STEVIE STARDUST
Title Sequence

8-year-old Stevie Siegel is the hottest young filmmaker on the block. As he makes movies with his pals, we see his 3rd grade life play out in different film genres. Elaine developed, wrote series bible, scripts, and was story editor for Stevie Stardust, a co-production of German company Stardust Entertainment and Hallmark Entertainment.

TROLL TALES
"The Trouble With Trolls"

Three young trolls, Snapper, Tumbler and Willywee, have adventures with the other magical creatures of the forest, meeting the nixies, witches, wights and willow-the-wisps of Norse myth and legend. Elaine wrote Troll Tales scripts with her sister, Susan Norfleet, for the Danish company A-Film.

TROLL TALES
"The Trouble With Trolls"

Three young trolls, Snapper, Tumbler and Willywee, have adventures with the other magical creatures of the forest, meeting the nixies, witches, wights and willow-the-wisps of Norse myth and legend. Elaine wrote Troll Tales scripts with her sister, Susan Norfleet, for the Danish company A-Film.

THE MOOH BROTHERS

Wilton and Barton Mooh run their family farm, helped in this endeavor by Dolly the Donkey, Haley the Rooster, Lucy the Cat and the other farm animals. Complicating matters are two troublesome crows, Roscoe and Bosco, and Conley, a talking ear of corn. Elaine penned scripts for this cartoon for very young kids, and developed other titles for Belgian company, Nolan.

Elaine's Other Work

Games

SECRET OF THE BLACK ONYX
An RPG Computer Game

Elaine wrote background story, series bible (with designer, David Nolte) and game events, as well as serving as director of motion capture. Roger Dean designed locations, Michael Kaluta characters, Jaz Colman composed symphonic music, and Youth (Martin Glover) created ambient tracks for this sadly never-released game from Blue Planet Software.

 

SECRET OF THE BLACK ONYX
An RPG Computer Game

Elaine wrote background story, series bible (with designer, David Nolte) and game events, as well as serving as director of motion capture. Roger Dean designed locations, Michael Kaluta characters, Jaz Colman composed symphonic music, and Youth (Martin Glover) created ambient tracks for this sadly never-released game from Blue Planet Software.

 

Elaine's Other Work

Other Writing

Working for several European companies, from the mid-90s to the mid-2000s, Elaine wrote scripts for animation geared to young children. 

STARSTRUCK
The Actor's Edition

STAR TREK and STAR WARS step aside! Women are in command in this updated, actor's edition of the play that spawned a classic comic series. Captain Galatia 9 and the crew of the freedom fighter Harpy meet the evil denizens of the Siren III, a living starship with an eccentric ship's brain.

STARSTRUCK
Original Illustrated Play

STAR TREK and STAR WARS step aside! Women will be in command in this fantastic vision of the future. Featuring such inimitable characters as Orga the Killer Cyborg and Grad the Illegible, this book contains elaborate character renderings by the internationally acclaimed artist Michael Kaluta.

PORCH DOGS
The Unmuzzled Truth About Men and Our Relationships With Them

A woman's guide to choosing a man with the same care and judgment she'd use to choose a dog. Are you attracted to lovable Lapdogs, tenacious Terriers, responsible Working Dogs or sociable Hounds? Take our quiz to see which breed of man is right for you!

CHICKS IN CAPES
"Mischief"

Elaine's story about a frustrated superhero, Mischief, appears in this collection of prose short stories by women writers, about female super heroes, edited by a women, with covers and interior illustrations by a female artists.

SNOOZE
An Unauthorized Parody of the New Yorker

Elaine penciled cartoons and illustrations (inked by James Sherman), satirically imitating the work of famous New Yorker cartoonists and artists. 

HOW GEEK GIRLS WILL RULE THE WORLD
Interviews With Women in Geek Fields

Jennifer Thorpe-Mascon interviews Elaine and other women in the fields of computer science, science and math, gaming, sci-fi and fantasy, and comics and manga to learn how they overcame any sexism they experienced to get where they are today.