Clara left Oxford university to become a stripper. Twenty-five years later, a porn star and disciplinarian, she tries to work out how she got here - and where she might go next. A funny, fresh new voice, filthy, twisted and delectable.
"A brave and entertaining account of a life in sex work that explodes popular myths" Jerry Barnett, author of Porn Panic
"Fiery and unashamed in its brutal honesty, this character study by Melissa Todd is often humorous and surprisingly vulnerable, with moments of intimacy punctuating its raw skin." Seb Reilly, editor of Seaside Gothic.
Melissa Todd is a writer and performer, director of Hags Ahoy theatre company and the editor of the Broadstairs Beacon. She writes opinion pieces, book reviews and short stories, and has twice made the shortlist for Kent columnist of the year.