A gripping crime novel loosely based on the masses and songs of the 17th century Flemish composer Pierre de la Rue.
Stories and a novella chronicling the struggles of addiction, anxiety, and withdrawal brutally and tenderly rendered.
An intensely personal, surreal imagining of how humans might survive industrialization by acclaimed poet Darcie Dennigan.
Fiction Collective Two’s submissions period for the 2020 Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Contest and 2020 Catherine Doctorow Innovative Fiction Prize is now open.
For the 2019 Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Contest, Aimee Parkison has selected The Book of Kane and Margaret by Kiik Araki-Kawaguchi.
For the 2019 Catherine Doctorow Innovative Fiction Contest, Shelley Jackson has selected The Town of Whispering Dolls by Susan Neville.
Famous Children and Famished Adults, by Evelyn Hampton, has won the 2018 Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Contest. Evelyn Hampton is the author of Discomfort (Ellipsis Press) and The Aleatory Abyss (Publishing Genius).
Once Into the Night, by Aurelie Sheehan, has won the 2018 Catherine Doctorow Innovative Fiction Prize. Aurelie Sheehan is the author of two novels and three short story collections. Her work has appeared in Conjunctions, Mississippi Review, New England Review, Ploughshares, The Southern Review, and other journals. She teaches fiction at the University of Arizona.
Since I began teaching in the PhD Creative Writing Program at University of Utah 15 years ago, I have become increasingly aware of the explosions, fusions, and transformations of fictional forms. My colleagues and students are brilliantly innovative, and their work challenges me aesthetically, intellectually, ethically, spiritually, and emotionally.