Two Lines continues its two decadelong tradition of excellence, hand-picking the best from translation’s acknowledged masters and world literature’s up-and-comers. This latest issue is back with poetry and prose from nearly a dozen different countries. It includes a never-before-seen piece by Argentine master Rodrigo Fresán, a favorite of Roberto Bolaño, with whom he used to have long conversations about the dystopian sci-fi fantasies of Philip K. Dick. This issue also has new translations of Russian absurdist Daniil Kharms, made by the acclaimed poet Ilya Kaminsky. New fiction from Naja Marie Aidt, new poetry by Nicole Brossard, and much more rounds out this feast for globally minded readers.