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Astrid Sheckels

Sun Nov 23, 11:00AM


Hector Fox and the Giant Quest is the first in a series of books that follow the...

Vahram Muratyan

Sun Nov 23, 7:00PM


From the acclaimed illustrator and author of Paris Versus New York comes a visual...

Dark Girls

Mon Nov 24, 7:00PM


Amistad editor, Tracy Sherrod hosts a panel discussion with Dark Girls contributors...

Small Business Saturday

Sat Nov 29, 10:00AM

Authors are coming together all over the country to support their local independent...

Austen Ivereigh

Mon Dec 1, 7:00PM

An expansive and deeply contextual work, at its heart The Great Reformer is about the...

Daphne Merkin

Mon Dec 1, 7:00PM


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Anthem
Anthem
Ayn Rand
“ "Wonderful and brilliant right until the last sentence." ”
Sharya
Cosmicomics
Cosmicomics
Italo Calvino
“ "Having ... Qfwfq tell you stories of the creation of the universe may not sound poetic..." ”
Marissa

This year, local authors are helping us celebrate Small Business Saturday. Stop in and talk to some of your favorite local writers and get a couple really great recommendations.

Marine Park
Saving Baby Doe

Kathryn Harrison attended the Iowa Writers Workshop, graduating in 1987 and publishing a string of three best-selling, deeply wrought, and affecting novels: Thicker Than Water, Exposure, and Poison. In 1997 she published the chilling and controversial memoir The Kiss, recounting her father's seduction of her at 20 years old and the four year relationship that left her devastated. She has published eight novels and seven works of nonfiction, proving herself one of the most lyrical and virtuosic writers today.

Joan of Arc
The Kiss
Enchantments

Two Lines Press is a publisher of translated fiction and nonfiction, offering American readers the opportunity to read some great work from abroad. Two Lines Press endeavors to give readers another point of entry to an international discussion and to see that great literature isn’t created by the background of the culture in which its produced but by the talent of the writer that produces it (and the translator that brings it to English).

Baboon