Christine Sloan Stoddard
Christine Sloan Stoddard is a Salvadoran-American author and artist. She is the founder of Quail Bell Magazine and the author of Belladonna Magic (Shanti Arts), Desert Fox by the Sea (Hoot 'n' Waddle), Water for the Cactus Woman (Spuyten Duyvil), Hispanic and Latino Heritage in Virginia (The History Press), and other titles. Her chapbooks have been published by Dancing Girl Press, Semiperfect Press, AngelHousePress, Another New Calligraphy, and other publishers. You can find her work in Ms. Magazine, Bustle, The Feminist Wire, Marie Claire, The Huffington Post, Yes! Magazine, Digital America, Native Peoples Magazine, Amazon.com's Day One, and beyond. She is a graduate of VCUarts in Richmond, Virginia and The City College of New York-CUNY in Manhattan.
Awards and Recognition
- FOLIO:'s Top 20 Media Visionaries in their 20s
- Puffin Foundation's National Emerging Artist Grant
- Table Work Press National Playwriting Competition