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What was Mollyhouse?

Mollyhouse was a literary journal that explored the world from the outside looking in. It ran for five issues from May 2020 to February 2023. It has been shut down indefinitely due to the editor not having enough time to give it the nourishment it needed.

Where can you download a free copy of Mollyhouse?

The best place to find all the issues is Smashwords. (Just search for "Mollyhouse.") It has all the major ebook formats that you can download for your preferred ereader.

For those who prefer to read on their favorite Apple devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.), you should be able to search for "Mollyhouse" in the Apple Bookstore.

If you'd like to read the latest issue on your Kindle, there's an unfortunate problem. Apparently, Amazon does not allow publishers to offer free ebooks, so please go to Smashwords (search for "Mollyhouse") and download your .mobi file. If you don't know how to add a non-Amazon ebook to your Kindle reader, please check out this link.

If you've purchased a Squares & Rebels (or Handtype Press) title in the past, we remain most grateful.

Our list so far ...

Better Davis and Other Stories

written by Philip Dean Walker

We Are Not Your Metaphor: A Disability Poetry Anthology
edited by Zoeglossia Fellows

Lovejets: Queer Male Poets on 200 Years of Walt Whitman
edited by Raymond Luczak

That Was Something: A Novel
written by Dan Callahan

London Skin & Bones: The Finsbury Park Stories
written by Ian Young

It's Just Nerves: Notes on a Disability
written by Kelly Davio

At Danceteria and Other Stories
written by Philip Dean Walker

The Kiss of Walt Whitman Still on My Lips
written by Raymond Luczak

QDA: A Queer Disability Anthology
edited by Raymond Luczak

Lincoln Avenue: Chicago Stories
written by Gregg Shapiro

When We Become Weavers:
Queer Female Poets on the Midwestern Experience

edited by Kate Lynn Hibbard

Queer & Celtic:
On the Irish LGBT Experience

edited by Wesley J. Koster

Among the Leaves:
Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience

edited by Raymond Luczak

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