Artist. Storyteller. Quail Queen.
Company
Quail Bell Press & Productions
    Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-American writer, director, performer, and multi-hyphenated artist creating books, films, plays, murals, etc. She founded Quail Bell Magazine and Quail Bell Press & Productions. She recently premiered her first feature film, Sirena's Gallery, after directing several shorts, such as Bottled, Virtual Caress, Butterflies, Drunken History, and Brooklyn Burial. Her books include Heaven is a Photograph, Hello, New York: The Living And Dead, Naomi & The Reckoning, Desert Fox by the Sea, Belladonna Magic, and Water for the Cactus Woman, among others. She will be directing her nationally award-winning play, "Mi Abuela, Queen of Nightmares" at the Gene Frankel Theatre in NYC in 2022. Previously, she was the first-ever artist-in-residence at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House in Manhattan and served as an inaugural AnkhLave Arts Alliance artist fellow at the Queens Botanical Garden. Her work has appeared in Ms. Magazine, The Huffington Post, Portland Review, Bustle, and beyond.
    College
    The City College of New York
    Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice
    College
    VCUarts
    Film, English
    Current City
    Brooklyn, NY
    Hometown
    Arlington, VA
    Gender
    Female
    Ethnicity
    Mixed; Hispanic/Latino
    Artist. Storyteller. Quail Queen.
    Company
    Quail Bell Press & Productions