Molly Thornton is a multi-genre writer whose poetry, essays, and fiction have been published or are forthcoming in The Lavender Review, baldhip magazine, The Leveller, Seattle Globalist, and They Said, a collaborative anthology from Black Lawrence Press. Her chapbook Daisy Chains was a finalist for the 2016 Gazing Grain chapbook contest. She is a graduate of Artist Trust’s LitEdge program, and a Lambda Literary Emerging Writers Fellow.
Currently based in Seattle, Washington, Molly was raised in the southwest and dreams of the desert. Her work deals with minute beauty, femininity, femmes, female friendship, chosen family, queer love, and the many stages of growing up.
photos by Kiki Robinson