For 20 years, TWO LINES has ranked among the leading journals of international literature. Its success is fueled by some of the very best writers and translators at work today among them Lydia Davis, Luc Sante, Roberto Bola, Edith Grossman, Margaret Jull Costa, and Cesar Aira. Each issue brings a mixture of major international stars, beloved regional writers, and up-and-comers, giving readers a cross-section of the vital work happening all across the globe. TWO LINES also publishes essays that delve into issues surrounding translation, as well as ones that describe intriguing new literatures on the cutting edge of poetry and prose. Always printed bilingually on high-quality paper, and featuring vibrant covers, the journal itself is a beautiful item, proving that in a digital age some things are best left in print.
CJ Evans and Emmy Komada both live in San Francisco. Scott Esposito lives in Oakland, CA.
Alejandra Laurencich, Antonio Tabucchi, Martha Cooley, Rachel Careau, Roger Lewinter, Victoria Pehl Smith