It’s hard to pinpoint an exact moment when Molly developed her unapologetic appreciation for women in music. Maybe it was at age 8 when she purchased her very first album – Jewel’s Pieces of You – or maybe it was during those angsty teen years, driving through the cornfields of Southern Illinois while blasting Joni Mitchell’s Ladies of the Canyon in her 1999 Mazda Protégé. When she’s not writing and editing stories for Boxx, Molly is most likely chopping Brussels sprouts in her kitchen while belting Liz Phair’s Exile in Guyville from start to finish, an album she claims to define her twenties. A copywriter by day, Molly has also written and edited for Venus Zine, Luxury Home Quarterly and Forbes Travel Guide. Get a hold of her at firstname.lastname@example.org.