Fiction Collective Two is an author-run, not-for-profit publisher of artistically adventurous, non-traditional fiction.

Clarence Major

Clarence Major is the prize-winning author of four novels, five collections of poems, a critical study of Black American literature, a dictionary of Afro-American slang, and editor of an anthology. His works have been translated into German, Italian, French, Spanish and other languages and he has been the recipient of grants from the National Council on the Arts, the State Departyment, the New York Cultural Foundation and the Hooland Festival in Rotterdam. Major's poetry won the 1976 Pushcart Prize and his shorter works appear in over a hundred anthologies and periodicals. Major teaches literature and creative writing and gives readings at universities and colleges around the country.