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Mathieu Cailler (born June 16, 1984) is a French-American writer of poetry and prose. A graduate of Vermont College of Fine Arts, he has 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 Contest. He is also the recipient of a Short Story America Prize for Short Fiction and a Shakespeare Award for Poetry. He is the author of Clotheslines (Red Bird Press), Shhh (ELJ Publications), and the collection of short stories, Loss Angeles (Short Story America Press).
Mathieu Cailler Wikipedia
Mathieu Cailler was born in Long Beach, California, United States, and grew up in Los Angeles, California.
He attended Occidental College and Vermont College of Fine Arts, where he received an MFA in creative writing.
His debut collection of short stories, Loss Angeles, contained 15 stories all informed by loss, and was published in 2015.Clotheslines. Red Bird Chapbooks. 2014. Retrieved 2016-04-25.
Cailler, Mathieu (2014). Bleyker, Ariana Den, ed. Shhh (4th ed.). ELJ Publications. ISBN 978-1941617151.
Loss Angeles. Short Story America Press. ISBN 978-0988249745.