My name's Molly.
I am a copywriter from Seattle, Washington (by-way-of-Adak-Alaska-by-way-of-Austin-Texas-by-way-of-Manhattan).
My specialties are wit, weirdness and absurdity.
I love punchy taglines, clever copy, and self-aware product inserts written in the voice of a cartoon fox.
My short-form work can be found on boxes, blogs and boutique brand strategies scattered across the country.
My long-form work has appeared in The Stranger, The Airgonaut, The Princeton Sun, and the margins of a handful of industrial machine manuals dropped strategically from a helicopter over Alaska.
In 2016 my short fiction was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
I write - you guessed it - to taste life twice.
For my full portfolio, drop me a line:
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or: book blurbs reviewed: toward a unifying theory of blurb criticism
pubs & bylines
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copywriting & content creation
did somebody order a mailchimp campaign written entirely in villanelles?