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Quiverwing is an artist, best known as co-administrator of the Paperpusher's Message Board.

Fandom History

An avid Daria watcher since the first season, Quiverwing discovered Daria fandom in the year 2000. However, she would not become an active member until 2004, when Martin Sylvester encouraged her to join.

Fandom Contributions

Paperpusher's Message Board

In 2005, Kara Wild appointed Quiverwing as a full moderator for the PPMB, as well as a special moderator for the Other Languages forum. Originally known as nmorgendorffer on the message boards, she changed her username in 2006.

When Wild stepped down from active moderating of the PPMB in August, 2007, she appointed Quiverwing as a permanent administrator in her stead.

Fan Art

A cartoon illustrator since her childhood, Quiverwing’s first excursion into Daria fanart was for the All My Children series by Deref and Thea Zara. Her preference for canon-style presented her with a challenge: to make the characters look younger, but recognizable enough to maintain their canon appearances.

As of 2007, university commitments have kept Quiverwing away from drawing.


Apart from her duties on the PPMB, Quiverwing is a contributor to the Daria Blandom Blog, Lawndale Online, and a sysop on the Daria Wiki.

Fandom Awards

Quiverwing, along with Richard Lobinske and Mr Orange, has been a part of the Daria FanWorks Awards staff since 2005. In addition, she oversaw the 2005 Crappies, with Lobinske and Wild.

Fan Fiction Cameos

Quiverwing had cameo appearances with her real name in Lobinske's Falling Into College series as Gina Fulton's (Michael's sister) best friend, and in The Angst Guy's Pause in the Air series. She also participated as a contestant in Celebrity Jeopardy: Daria Edition in early 2006.

Biographical Information

Quiverwing is currently pursuing a degree in Economics at Aconcagua University. Born in Buenos Aires, she resides in her native Argentina.

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