Mathilde Walter Clark (1970) grew up spending winters with her mother in Denmark and summers with her father in the US. She has a Master’s degree in Philosophy from Roskilde University and New York University. In 2004 she published her first novel, Thorsten Madsen’s Ego. She was awarded the Carlsberg Foundation “Discovery of the Year” and the prestigious Three Year Scholarship from the Danish Art Foundation. She has been a visiting writer at the International Writing Program (IWP) at the University of Iowa, and at the International Writer’s Workshop (IWW) at Hong Kong Baptist University. She writes critical essays, discusses current cultural matters in a weekly talk show, and has written and hosted a philosophical tv-series for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation.

She has published five works of fiction, her most recent being the novel Cast from 2012. Her short stories have appeared in The Literary Review, Iowa Review and Absinthe. She lives in Copenhagen.
Mathilde Walter Clark i lydstudiet
Mathilde Walter Clark indlæser selv bogen Lone Star. Her er et klip fra lydstudiet.
Mathilde Walter Clark om Lone Star
Det er historien om en far og en datter og om alt det der adskiller dem – havet, sproget og en stedmor af mytologiske dimensioner. Og om tiden der nådesløst går. En dag er vi voksne, og barndommen ligger uigenkaldeligt bag os, fuld af huller og ting vi fortryder.
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