Books

Two Lines Press
  • That Time of Year

    By Marie NDiaye
    Translated from French by Jordan Stump
    $19.95
    “Marie NDiaye is so intelligent, so composed, so good, that any description of her work feels like an understatement.” —The New York Review of Books…
  • Home (Calico Series)

    By Multiple Authors
    Translated from Arabic by Multiple Translators & Hodna Nuernberg
    $16.95
    Nine contemporary Arabic-language poets from eight different countries explore the intimate world of everyday life
  • Echo on the Bay

    By Masatsugu Ono
    Translated from Japanese by Angus Turvill
    $16.95
    Winner of the Mishima Prize "Cross García Márquez and Simenon and set the piece on the Sea of Japan, and you’ll have a feel for…
  • On Lighthouses

    By Jazmina Barrera
    Translated from Spanish by Christina MacSweeney
    $19.95
    “To read Jazmina Barrera’s extraordinary book is to find a little lighthouse inside yourself, one that will go on emitting a roaming, yearning, beckoning, consoling…
  • Lake Like a Mirror

    By Ho Sok Fong
    Translated from Chinese by Natascha Bruce
    $16.95
    Place your order on Bookshop to support an independent bookstore “Dreamlike…[Ho Sok Fong] has created a world in these stories that is entirely, and uniquely, her own.…
  • That We May Live (Calico Series)

    By Multiple Authors
    Translated from Chinese by Multiple Translators & Natascha Bruce
    $16.95
    “This remarkable anthology of Chinese speculative fiction offers seven tales of societal responsibility and individual freedom. . . . By turns cryptic and revealing, phantasmagorical…
  • b, Book, and Me

    By Kim Sagwa
    Translated from Korean by Sunhee Jeong
    $16.95
    “At turns raw and piercing, dreamy and surreal, Kim’s latest import…is a pressing indictment of today’s too-often onerous transition toward uncertain adulthood.” —Booklist, Starred Review…
  • They Will Drown in Their Mothers’ Tears

    By Johannes Anyuru
    Translated from Swedish by Saskia Vogel
    $22.95
    “They Will Drown in Their Mothers' Tears] has a powerful emotional core... Anyuru’s ability to imagine a thread connecting present-day exclusion to future atrocities makes…
  • This Tilting World

    By Colette Fellous
    Translated from French by Sophie Lewis
    $16.95
    “[Fellous] observes the rituals and language that fabricate an identity, focusing on what happens when these things dissolve or become fragmented… This piece of autofiction…
  • The Skin Is the Elastic Covering that Encases the Entire Body

    By Bjørn Rasmussen
    Translated from Danish by Martin Aitken
    $12.95
    "A feverish combination of stream of conscious, autobiography, collage, and narrative, Skin marks the arrival of a truly original literary voice. Reminiscent of Maggie Nelson’s The…
  • Beyond Babylon

    By Igiaba Scego
    Translated from Italian by Aaron Robertson
    $22.95
    “[Scego] gives voice to multiple lives, experiences, and emotions either silenced or ignored by history. [Beyond Babylon] resembles no other Italian novel to have migrated…
  • Bright

    By Duanwad Pimwana
    Translated from Thai by Mui Poopoksakul
    $16.95
    "Enchanting . . . [a] melancholy-tinged but still exuberant novel." — Publishers Weekly
  • Lord

    By João Gilberto Noll
    Translated from Portuguese by Edgar Garbelotto
    $12.95
    "Noll's daring and original style and sensibility has been brought to life in this expert translation. Lord is a brilliant introduction to a hero of…
  • The Females

    By Wolfgang Hilbig
    Translated from German by Isabel Fargo Cole
    $12.95
    "Beautiful and grotesque, Wolfgang Hilbig’s The Females is a searing indictment of bureaucracy, sexuality and ultimately language itself. Like Dostoevsky’s underground man, Hilbig’s narrator, in…
  • Mina

    By Kim Sagwa
    Translated from Korean by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton
    $14.95
    “Shocking and powerful…Sagwa captures all that’s complicated about adolescence in Mina but goes further, portraying a disaffected generation cracking under the pressures of perfection and the drive…
  • Tidings of the Trees

    By Wolfgang Hilbig
    Translated from German by Isabel Fargo Cole
    $12.95
    "Out of the ugliness of history and the wasted landscape of his home, he has created stories of disconsolate beauty." — the Wall Street Journal
  • Lion Cross Point

    By Masatsugu Ono
    Translated from Japanese by Angus Turvill
    $14.95 | $19.95
    Winner of the Akutagawa Prize, Japan's most prestigious literary award
  • Old Rendering Plant

    By Wolfgang Hilbig
    Translated from German by Isabel Fargo Cole
    $12.95
    Winner of the Helen & Kurt Wolff Translator's Prize “[Wolfgang Hilbig] evokes the luminous prose of W. G. Sebald.” — The New York Times
  • A Working Woman

    By Elvira Navarro
    Translated from Spanish by Christina MacSweeney
    $14.95
    A stunning new novel from the author ranked among Granta’s “Best of Young Spanish-Language Novelists” Named a “Best Book of the Year” all throughout the Spanish…
  • My Heart Hemmed In

    By Marie NDiaye
    Translated from French by Jordan Stump
    $14.95
    Two Lines Press's third book by the French literary sensation
  • Atlantic Hotel

    By João Gilberto Noll
    Translated from Portuguese by Adam Morris
    $9.95
    Two Lines Press's second novel from the Brazilian phenomenon
  • Trysting

    By Emmanuelle Pagano
    Translated from French by Jennifer Higgins & Sophie Lewis
    $14.95
    The first book by the European Union prize-winning author to ever appear in the English language
  • A Spare Life

    By Lidija Dimkovska
    Translated from Macedonian by Christina Kramer
    $14.95
    “Lidija Dimkovska enriches our contemporary museum of literary wonders with her powerful, grotesque, weird details and episodes told within the merry old novelistic tradition.”  …
  • Quiet Creature on the Corner

    By João Gilberto Noll
    Translated from Portuguese by Adam Morris
    $9.95
    “Without a doubt, João Gilberto Noll holds a special place in the pantheon of contemporary Brazilian authors.”                …
  • The Boys

    By Toni Sala
    Translated from Catalan by Mara Faye Lethem
    $14.95
    “Altogether brilliant.” — Kirkus, starred review
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