Kill Your Darlings, Clementine was named as a finalist for the 2012-13 New Delta Review Chapbook Contest and published by Rye House Press in 2013. Purchase through the Rye House Press website.
Rye House has this to say about Kill Your Darlings, Clementine:
“Set in a location of unknown but strongly felt isolation, Kill Your Darlings, Clementine observes the actions, attitudes, of a group of men again and again, echoing its opening refrain throughout: The men here, the men here…
Kill Your Darlings, Clementine speaks not only to the constructs of masculinity, fatherhood, and small town life, it works with the themes of observation, isolation, potency, and forgiveness. The language is powerful and chiseled. Kill Your Darlings, Clementine is both anthropology and archeology. Uncover it for yourself.”
Poems from the Kill Your Darlings series appear in these journals:
Better: Culture & Lit (with audio! and video!)
Bone Bouquet (in print)
Forklift, Ohio (in print)
You can read my The Next Big Thing self-interview about Kill Your Darlings, Clementine here.