How a family deals with its "too much" child determines the weight of her emotional inheritance. These five poems chart one daughter's struggle to articulate and break the mundane taboos of a joyless suburban family. Her survival and escape are sometimes wrenching but mostly sweet, funny and inspiring.
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About the Author
Kate Faraday currently works overseas as a mental health professional for the U.S. military. In 2012 she studied undue influence as it relates to cult recruitment, and in 2013 she was lowered into a volcano in Iceland. She enjoys art glass, sleeping, popsicles, eBay, photography, baths, the work of Daniel Danger, long walks, chocolate milk, and rum, not necessarily in that order.