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Sator Press—and Satyr Press, an imprint—was founded in 2009 by Ken Baumann. For a decade it operated as a nonprofit that slowly and sustainably produced innovative literature with handsome, impeccable design. As of September 2019, Two Dollar Radio is pleased to carry on this tradition through distribution of Sator Press and Satyr Press titles.
We are please to announce the Sator New Works Award, open for submissions through September 1, 2020!
The Sator New Works Award will be awarded to a debut book-length work of fiction or non-fiction by an author who identifies as trans or nonbinary, and published by Two Dollar Radio in 2021–2022. View details of the Sator New Works Award here.
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"Johanna Hedva’s On Hell does what others only speculate about... [it] rearranges the components that make up our stories about how the world works, adjusts our vision."
—Alex Gerrans, Overland
Equal parts tender and brutal, romantic and furious, On Hell is a novel about myths that trick and resist totalitarianism.
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Named one of Dennis Cooper's faves of 2018.
On Hell transcribes a body broken by American empire, that of ex-con Rafael Luis Estrada Requena, hacking itself away from contemporary society. Johanna Hedva, author of "Sick Woman Theory," takes the ferocious compulsion to escape (from capitalism, from the limits of the body-machine, from Earth) and channels it into an evisceration of oppression and authority. Equal parts tender and brutal, romantic and furious, On Hell is a novel about myths that trick and resist totalitarianism.