Writing

Molly Thornton is currently finalizing a cross-genre memoir driven by a constrained form and a process of becoming.  The Seattle Review of Books had the following to say about an excerpt she read at Lit Crawl: "When regarded singly, each of Thornton’s vignettes was a burnished little gem of economy. Taken in aggregate, they formed something much deeper and complex. If they are eventually published in a collection as beautiful and unique as Thornton’s prose, this book could really prove to be a delight."

Her chapbook Daisy Chains was a finalist in the 2016 Gazing Grain Chapbook Contest. She is a graduate of the Artist Trust LitEdge program, a former co-coordinator of Seattle's Lit Crawl, and a Lambda Literary Emerging Writers Fellow. 

Poems

"no" and "My Country is a Party" co-written with Rae Liberto.  Forthcoming in They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing    Black Lawrence Press, June 2018

"fever" Till Chapbook 2017

"hot like friendship" Catcall: A Feminist Quarterly Zine, Volume 7: thrive

"Daisy Chains"  Lavender Review

"very farsighted" baldhip magazine

Fiction

"Lunelle & Violet" 2016 Lambda Anthology Emerge

Essays

"An Open Letter to the Antioch ReviewThe Leveller

"5 Reasons white people should go to BLM protests" Seattle Globalist