Carol Quinn

Originally from Milton, MA, Carol Quinn is the owner and creative director of Benedict Partners, Inc., an advertising agency in Venice, California. She has written for film and television; her most recent project is the feature screenplay Five Days in May, which was sold to director J. Michael McClary. Quinn is the co-creator/author of the first American mass-market graphic novels for girls, Pink Flamingos, the creator of the YA book series Palm Beach Prep, and the narrative and story editor for Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal’s memoir As I Am. She has a degree in drama from Arts Educational Schools, London, and a bachelor’s degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Quinn recently completed her first novel, Under the Ether, and is writing a screenplay based on the novel. She also has a second novel in progress. She has two sons and lives in Venice, California.

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