Molly Each is a freelance writer, editor, and storyteller based in Chicago.
She has more than a decade of editorial experience, and was most recently the founding managing editor of Splash, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Sunday magazine. Her work has also appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Plate, Time Out Chicago, Daily Candy, Tasting Table, Design Bureau, Michigan Avenue, CS, Newcity, Where, Espn.com, Playboy.com, and on Chicago Public Radio.
Her fiction and creative non-fiction can be found in publications such as Analemma Quarterly, Eleven Eleven, Fresh Yarn, Hair Trigger, the Story Week Reader, and Toasted-cheese.com.
She’s performed her work at the Printers Row Book Fair, RUI, Essay Fiesta, and This Much is True. She’s a 2nd Story company member, and has performed for the organization throughout Chicago as well as in Minneapolis and New York City.
Her piece about Steve Bartman was produced by Chicago’s Theatre Seven as part of the play “We Live Here,” which documented life in Chicago and for which she was nominated for a 2012 Jeff Award for Best New Work. Her story “A Prostitute Comparison” was performed by NYC’s Bohemian Archaeology as part of their “BOO(zy)” production in 2010.
She hails from Apple Valley, Minn., and despite her current Chicago address, she’ll always be a Minnesotan at heart.