No, I just forgot to answer. The way I know of currently is through stateside Japanese bookstores. There was one in Atlanta I used to use, but has closed down. Kinokuniya Books is the largest one that I know that's still in operation. Here is their contact information: http://www.kinokuniya.com/us/index.php/fho003 . For shipping purposes, it's best to use one locally. If you live in San Francisco or New York, you are in luck. If not, be prepared to pay additional shipping (usually from Japan TO the bookstore and THEN over to you, whew...).ElectricWarrior said:On an unrelated note, I'm guessing by the lack of a response so far that no one knows of a way to sign up for a monthly YA subscription anymore? RIP, Sasuga Books.
Contact them by email or phone, tell them you'd like to place a subscription order for Hakusensha's Young Animal. They will likely make you sign up for between 6 months to a year, because it is expensive to bring over individual items (ships via air mail). Herein lies the hurdle with subscribing to Young Animal—it's expensive, and with Miura's schedule you never know what you're signing up for.