Lois Mathieu


Lois Mathieu is a fiction writer in Connecticut. She earned a B.A. degree from Syracuse University in New York and a Master's of English at Trinity College in Connecticut. Her poems and poetry reviews have been published in fine literary journals and anthologies. She received the Joseph E. Brodine Award of First Prize presented by The Connecticut Poetry Society.

Her novel, THE NEXT TO LAST DRINK, is named to Kirkus Review's BEST OF 2012, and is described in this 2012 Kirkus Review: "Mathieu has a grasp on both the despair and the attendant ennui that accompany the fight for sobriety, and she's able to effectively express the struggle."

Her novel, DEBUT - Song for My Birth Mother, is about irrevocable loss when a newborn baby is given up for adoption and how that is experienced by all parties involved.

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