Our New Look
Long-time Quail Bell fans have witnessed three magazine designs since May 2010. Our first came with the original magazine launch, while the next came in January 2011. It's August 2011, just a little more than a year after we've gone live and we feel pretty comfortable with our new set of feathers. Our new design is cleaner, more modern, and more user-friendly than either of our past looks. Best yet, we're more committed than ever to maintain engaging, well-researched, and up-to-date content. Be sure to check back everyday for new additions to both The Real and The Unreal blogrolls. We hope that you enjoy Quail Bell's new plumage!
Welcome to our staff blog, where you can learn more about Quail Bell behind the scenes.
Christine Stoddard conceived the idea for Quail Bell in late 2009 after writing a children's story by the same name. With help from the likes of David Fuchs, Bolashade Hanson, Maggie Craig, Amy Cheong and others, she launched the current version of the website in September 2011, with yet another re-launch in April 2013. The magazine's run primarily by a dedicated team of artists and writers in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., though contributors come from around the world. More at our press kit...