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Even Tim Burton faced rejection

When he was still in high school, Tim Burton sent a copy of his illustrated children's book - The Giant Zlig - to Walt Disney Productions asking if they would be interested in publishing it. They weren’t - but an editor did send him a letter offering detailed feedback.

Click here to see a sample page - as well as the rejection letter. Looking at the letter made me nostalgic for typewriters!



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