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  1. Kill Your Darlings () is a biographical drama about the early adult years of the beat generation stalwarts Allen Ginsburg (), Jack Kerouac (), and William Burroughs (). For those of you who don't know the details, Ginsburg achieved much acclaim for his literary works, including a National Book Award for "The Fall of.
  2. Kill Your Darlings by John Krokidas and Austin Bunn Based on a True Story D/F Management Washington Blvd Culver City CA
  3. The place did not yet smell of death, but a thick fug of unwashed clothes, putrefying food and stale tobacco hung in the air, suggesting that, towards the end, his personal habits had taken a dive. The hard, scrawny stubs of countless roll-ups were strewn over the bedside table and the carpet.
  4. Oct 16,  · "Kill your darling" means get rid of that treasured bit, and find a more natural way to say what you want to say. The movie Kill Your Darlings is about budding artists who applied that advice to.
  5. Mar 18,  · A common piece of advice for writers is to “kill your darlings.” In other words, be intellectually honest about what actually moves your story forward and cut the rest, no .
  6. Mar 16,  · Thank you for sharing your experience with us. I’m facing almost the very same problem and found the need of kill my darlings as well. I found your article by a search in how to do it, and that was the most useful comment I found about the theme! You saved my life, and I can’t thank you .
  7. Jun 14,  · As writers, you have may already heard of the phrase ‘to kill your darlings,’ and you may already be well-versed with its meaning. However, some writers may not have come across this piece of advice, and it is one that has been handed out to writers for many, many generations.
  8. Oct 18,  · A sort of Muppet Babies version of the Beat poets, "Kill Your Darlings" presents a minor prelude to a major literary movement. Director and co-writer John Krokidas, making his feature debut, uses a little-known murder as his entrée to depict how soon-to-be-famous writers Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac first met and forged their ethos.

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