I manage WmW, the in-house production arm of WEBTOON. In 2021 we will publish about twenty series. Some of my titles include:
THE LAST BLOODLINE
On Mallory’s 21st birthday she learns that she’s the heir of the most powerful vampire clan in history. Swept into a supernatural world she never knew existed, Mallory struggles to figure out who she can trust. A slew of international vampire clans are on the hunt for her. Which clans want to help her rise to her throne? And which clans want to kill her before she can receive a power that could destroy them all? Now the target of the undead, Mallory grapples with her humanity in more ways than one.
Written and produced by: Quinn
Art by: Weyowang
Robin is two things: lazy and a fairytale fanatic. Scared of the responsibilities of adulthood, she makes a wish to become a “princess” (you know, because the Prince will just do everything for her). Robin wakes in Forever After, a fantastical place where fairytales come to life. She learns, that she won’t be playing the role of the princess, however . . . she’s to become Prince Charming. Now Robin will have to take on the role of the hero and “complete” a book of tales to return home.
Concept and produced by: Quinn
Art by: Hannah Patten
The sole survivor of a magical plague, Noam Álvaro is accepted into an academy where he will be expected to defend Carolinia, the nation that persecuted his family. Noam decides to use everything he learns to destroy Carolinia . . . that is until he becomes distracted by a mysterious and powerful classmate who warns him that nothing is as it seems. (Based on the YA novel by Victoria Lee.)
Adapted and produced by: Quinn
Art by: SaraDeek
A completed anthology competition:
"You choose the next Original! Every Friday a new series will be released. If the third episode of any series receives 60,000 likes by the following Thursday at 5 pm PDT then it will be greenlit and will become a full-length Original series."
Produced by: Quinn
Graphic design and mascot by: Maria Li
WHEN JASY WHISTLES
In ancient times, people believed that the forests of Paraguay were filled with gods and monsters.
Growing up poor outside of modern Asuncion, Hela never thought much about the old stories. When her best friend disappears, apparently kidnapped by the legendary Jasy Jatere, however, she learns that the old world is not as dead as she had thought.
Produced by: Quinn
Created by: Cibeles
ESCAPE FROM OZ
Dot just wanted to escape from her mundane life. She didn’t expect to be thrown into a world that makes no sense, in between rival gangs and with a group of weirdos tagging along. Now she just wants to get home, alive and sane. At least she has her dog . . . .
A comedic, modern take on The Wizard of Oz in the vein of Adventure Time.
Produced by: Quinn
Created by: Kelly Angel
A short story within the greater "Kind of Love" Anthology:
"A collection of short stories exploring the many kinds of love we experience in our lives"
Written by: Quinn
Art by: Alasxe
Produced by: Susan Cheng
Who I am
Hello, I'm Quinn and I was born in a little town by the sea called Santa Barbara. It was there that I started writing plays. The LA Times said that I had an"assured instinct for idiosyncratic characters and sharply-observed detail."
I then went to college in a slightly bigger town called Los Angeles. There I attended the University of Southern California and graduated with a degree in Writing for Screen and Television.
I have written for television, novels, video games, and comics. I specialize in fantasy, science fiction, comedy, and children's media.
I hope we can go on an adventure together very soon.
I write fantasy novels for children and teens published by Simon & Schuster. My books feature themes of loss, growth, and the hidden magic in between. You can buy my novels online or in bookstores, or find them in your local library.
The Remarkable Inventions of Walter Mortinson
Pitched as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory meets American Gods, The Remarkable Inventions of Walter Mortinson follows 12-year-old Walter’s travels in the stolen family hearse, through towns where people dress as fish, worship bees, and dig for living rocks, en route to meet an infamous inventor.
A Recommended Choice by the Parents' Choice Awards.
The Thirteenth Hour
Pitched as The Golden Compass meets The House with a Clock in Its Walls,
The Thirteenth Hour follows Rosemary who can use her curious pocket watch to travel to one of 12 different worlds, depending on what hour she falls asleep.