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Cecile's Writer: Christine StoddardAuthor: Christine Stoddard

Country of residence: United States of America

Nationality: American

Mother tongue(s): English

Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-Scottish-American writer born and raised in the shadow of Washington, D.C.  Her words and images have appeared in the New York Transit Museum, The Feminist Wire, Cosmopolitan, Hispanic Culture Review, Bustle, The Huffington Post, and elsewhere.  The founding editor of Quail Bell Magazine, she lives with her shiny new husband and untamed collection of books. Her website is WordsmithChristine.com

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  • My Mother, the Mayor of Quincy Park

    Personal essay by Christine Stoddard

    A fried egg—greasy yet chalky—on rice and beans stared back at me from the foggy Tupperware container. My American father called arroz con huevo frito one of my Salvadoran mother's specialties, comfort food... Read on...