I, like many people, was raised on fairytales—specifically, the Western fairytales that dominated my elementary education. By the time I reached kindergarten, I was among
Tag: Short Story
Covered completely and yet I felt naked, filthy with the grime of adolescent appraisal… If I screamed would you hear me—have you been listening at
Over the years I chastised myself for being naïve, for inviting him to stay the weekend. That second guessing is what stopped me from telling
Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-Scottish-American fairy punk. Her words and images have appeared in The Feminist Wire, Bustle, The Huffington Post, Jezebel, The Acentos Review, The Brooklyn Quarterly, Luna Luna, The Southeast Review, Steer Queer, The Hispanic Culture Review, the New York Transit Museum, and beyond. She edits Quail Bell Magazine from her kingdom by the sea.