Bad Daughter explores misbehavior, its risky pleasures and often tragic consequences, through poems about “bad” daughters, sisters, and their mothers. Gorham uses several lyric forms—‘morality tales,’ ironic prayers, scaled-down sonnets, sharp meditations on concepts such as envy, detachment, and immortality— to show that the self as forged by generations of women and girls is, it turns out, both subversive and enduring. Read more at Four Way Books.

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Four Way Review is an electronic literary journal from non-profit, independent literary publisher Four Way Books. We publish poetry and fiction from both established and emerging authors through our open submissions process.