Have kids: I’ll tell you later
Wants kids: No thanks
Ethnicity: Something fun
Body type: Curvy… can men be curvy?
Faith: Been a while since I’ve had any
Smoke: Only after sex
Drink: Only around my ex
INTERESTS Books, cooking, quiet
SPORTS AND EXERCISE Bad health insurance
PETS A canary named Oscar
POLITICAL VIEWS Nothing changes
COLLEGE Barber school
WHAT DO YOU DO FOR FUN? Still learning
FAVORITE HOT SPOTS My apartment
LAST READ Cereal box
ABOUT ME Oh, dear God.
I try to be a good man. I love to laugh and make people laugh. I try to be generous. I try to always be on time. I just try to treat everyone with respect and kindness, and I always eat with my mouth closed.
Mathieu Cailler’s work has been widely featured in numerous national and international publications, including the L.A. Times, Epiphany, and The Saturday Evening Post. A graduate of the Vermont College of Fine Arts, he have been a finalist for the Glimmer Train New Writers Award, the New Rivers Press American Fiction Prize, the Carve Magazine Raymond Carver Short Story Award, and the Gival Press Oscar Wilde Prize. 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 Loss Angeles (Short Story America Press), a finalist in short-story fiction for the 2016 International Book Award.