Killing Jane Fonda

Reminiscent of Bryan Burrough’s Days of Rage, Killing Jane Fonda Book One is an appetizer for a full course dinner with a dessert every veteran has craved since 1972. Not to be taken literally Killing Jane Fonda (KJF) started out as, the title interpretive towards an outcome, became a survey of the self as much as it was a survey of Mrs. Fonda. 

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" For all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest of these, it might have been ~unk "

Killing Jane Fonda, as a title, is not to be taken literally.

While a caustic title, the writing evolved from a literally intended fiction title to a self-survey.

The work transformed the writer, translating the title to a metaphor, which encapsulated the reality that the angst of the experience is heaped on a central figure — Jane Fonda.

Maturing a position doesn’t change the deeds, especially when the apologies were ingenuine.

The author’s narrative lets her down easy, but the fiction is justly rewarded.

CL Lucas invites you to enjoin his journey.


To read more by CL Lucas, visit the blog here, at, and the pseudonym A Bayou Boogaloo, where he takes a departure from reality, and the necessity of meticulous detailing history – dispensing with reality for the sake of often ridiculous fiction.


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