Molly Thornton is a multi-genre writer recognized by Lambda Literary as an Emerging Writers Fellow, and a graduate of the Artist Trust LitEdge program. Her work appears in various publications including poetry in The Lavender Review and baldhip magazine, journalistic essays in The Leveller and The Seattle Globalist, and a novel excerpt in Lambda’s Emerge anthology.
Her poetry collection Daisy Chains was a finalist for the Gazing Grain Press chapbook contest, and her poems “no,” and “My Country is a Party,” co-written with Rae Liberto appear in the recently released collaborative anthology They Said from Black Lawrence Press. Outside of her own creative work, Molly loves supporting the creative process and project completion of writers at all levels through teaching and individual coaching.
photos by Kiki Robinson