Badass Lady-Folk

Hosted by Christine Stoddard every Friday at 9:00am

Hosted by multidisciplinary artist Christine Stoddard, Badass Lady-Folk features a mix of earnest and humorous interviews and conversations with incredible women and non-binary folks kicking buns big and small. Topics include gender, identity, creativity, the arts, activism, and more. Most subjects have a strong connection to New York City, especially Brooklyn.

About Christine Stoddard

Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-American author, writer, director, artist, and actor. She created Quail Bell Magazine and Quail Bell Press & Productions, which she runs today. Her award-winning projects range from books to plays to films to visual art exhibitions and more. Many of her projects include multiple facets surrounding one narrative or concept. One notable example is Mi Abuela, Queen of Nightmares, which exists as a stage play, film, poetry book, and published script. Sirena's Gallery, her first feature film, is represented by Summer Hill Entertainment. Her comedy show Quail Tales runs monthly at The Players Theatre in Greenwich Village. She recently released the audiobook Her Garden with Meagan J. Meehan and Jacob Maximilian Baron and is working on the film version. Her work has appeared in the Elisabet Ney Museum, Theatre Row, Broadway Comedy Club, FiveMyles Gallery, The Huffington Post, and beyond. Stoddard holds an MFA from The City College of New York-CUNY and undergrad degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University. More at

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