Boa by Clara Brennan

By Clara Brennan

‘I informed the fellow occasionally your arm round my neck felt
like…a feather boa…and occasionally it felt like a huge ol’
snake. Squeezing the existence outta me.’

One transatlantic marriage. 3 continents. wars.

Boa is an acerbic, hot and sincere account of a husband and spouse whose courting spans thirty years of affection, laughter, habit, and warfare.

A examining of Boa premiered on the Hightide pageant 2014.

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