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Two Lines Press Subscription


$140.00 now, and $140.00 on January 15th each year

First payment: January 15, 2021


For $140/year, support Two Lines Press by subscribing to everything we publish in 2020: eight books in total, including the first two installments of our new, limited-edition Calico series.

This is for domestic subscribers (within the U.S.). For international subscribers, go here.

Your 2020 subscription starts in February with our second novel by the South Korean sensation Kim Sagwa, followed in March by Lake Like a Mirror, a collection of short stories from the Malaysian writer Ho Sok Fong, along with the first Calico installment, That We May Live, a collection of spectacular new Chinese fiction.

Come May, subscribers will be treated to Jazmina Barrera’s On Lighthouses, a treatise on lighthouses, collecting, and loneliness. In June, we’ll publish a Mishima Prize-winning novel from Masatsugu Ono, author of Lion Cross Point.

Later, you’ll be treated to That Time of Yearfrom the inimitable Marie NDiaye; Home, the second book in the Calico series; and Harmada by João Gilberto Noll as well as anything else we might come up with (totes, treats, etc.).

Shipping is included with the price of this subscription.

Note that your subscription will auto-renew on January 15, 2021(though you can cancel at any time).

Your 2020 subscription includes:

  • b, Book, and Me by Kim Sagwa (translated from Korean by Sunhee Jeong)
  • Lake Like a Mirror by Ho Sok Fong (translated from Chinese by Natascha Bruce)
  • That We May Live: Spectacular Chinese Fiction (the first book in the new Calico series)
  • On Lighthouses by Jazmina Barrera (translated from Spanish by Christina MacSweeney)
  • Echo on the Bay by Masatsugu Ono (translated from Japanese by Angus Turvill)
  • That Time of Year by Marie NDiaye (translated from French by Jordan Stump)
  • Home: New Arabic Poems on Everyday Life (the second book in the Calico series)
  • Harmada by João Gilberto Noll (translated from Portuguese by Edgar Garbelotto)