This week meet Christine Stoddard, a Salvadoran-Scottish-American writer and artist. In 2014, Folio Magazine named her one of the media industry’s top 20 visionaries in their 20s for starting Quail Bell Magazine. She also is a Puffin Foundation national emerging artist. She has edited two anthologies for Quail Bell Magazine, in addition to co-authoring Images of America: Richmond Cemeteries and directing a documentary on Edgar Allan Poe.
Currently, she is completing her book, Hispanic and Latino Heritage in Virginia, for The History Press. Christine’s work has appeared in Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, The Feminist Wire, So to Speak, The New York Transit Museum, Bustle, Yellow Chair Review, the Poe Museum, local PBS stations, and beyond.
In early 2016, Christine will be participating in Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project and completing a writing residency at Sundress Academy for the Arts.
Learn more about her at www.wordsmithchristine.com
More from Christine online!
The Children of Jackson Ward, an art project with a social justice perspective. http://www.quailbellmagazine.com/about/the-children-of-jackson-ward-manuscript
The Poet Time
Fourth and Sycamore
The Persistence of Poe
Everyday Seeing (from The Children of Jackson Ward)
Before Morning Sobers