By Christine Stoddard
[dropcap background="no" color="#333333"]I [/dropcap]first embarked on my "Forget Fairytales" adventure while in college. I contributed the pieces to campus publications and eventually founded both Comicality Magazine and Quail Bell Magazine, too. I've always described "Forget Fairytales" as a feminist comic, but, more recently, I realized it lacked any degree of intersectionality. That's why this summer, I began The Wise Walrus series, which touches on Black Lives Matters, the 2016 presidential election, and other timely issues. Why a walrus? Well, some things are just easier for a walrus to say.
[divider type="dashed" spacing="10"]Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-Scottish-American writer and artist originally from Virginia. Her work has appeared in Marie Claire, Bustle, The Feminist Wire, Ravishly, xoJane, Cosmopolitan, So to Speak, Pank, Redbook, and beyond. She lives with her husband and assortment of oddities in Brooklyn.