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Mathieu Cailler
Los Angeles, California

Thought “Anonymous” was the name of a famous poet until the age of ten.

About Mathieu

I am a writer of poetry and prose, whose work has been widely featured in national and international publications, including the Los Angeles Times, and The Saturday Evening Post.

A graduate of the Vermont College of Fine Arts, I have been a finalist for the Glimmer Train New Writers Award, the New Rivers Press American Fiction Prize, and the Carve Magazine Raymond Carver Short Story Award. I am the recipient of a Short Story America Prize for Short Fiction and a Shakespeare Award for Poetry.

I am the author of Clotheslines (Red Bird), Shhh (ELJ Publications), and Loss Angeles (Short Story America Press), which has been honored by the Hollywood, New York, London, Best Book, and International Book Awards.

Stories by Mathieu

The Man Called Charles Bukowski | You’re the L.A. I never knew
The Man Called Charles Bukowski
You’re the L.A. I never knew

“He walked over and poured a scotch and water. He walked into the bedroom with it, took off his shirt, pants, shoes, stockings. In his shorts he went to bed with the drink. It was 15 minutes to noon. No ambition, no talent, no chance.”