Calls for Papers at 2023 MLA Convention (San Francisco, January 5-8, 2023)
Nabokov and Curiosity
Welcome to the official site of the International Vladimir Nabokov Society (IVNS). You can access most of the site as you wish, but to add to or edit material wiki-style, as we would love you to do, you will have to register to the site by following the protocol spelled out below.
Introducing a new feature: read classic materials from the archives of the print version of The Nabokovian. Selected by the site's editors, contents will be featured free of charge and will vary quarterly. Full access to all of the print and electronic issues of The Nabokovian are available on this site to members of the International Vladimir Nabokov Society (IVNS). To join, please go here.
Our third feature is "Colloquy on Browning's Door" from the 34th issue (1995) of The Nabokovian. Enjoy your reading!
Nabokov and Curiosity
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The latest issue of The Nabokovian's Notes and Commentaries has been published and can be found here
We are happy to announce the launch of the new issue of the Nabokov Online Journal (Vol. XV, 2021).
It includes a special cluster, Vladimir Nabokov: History and Geography, guest-edited by Yannicke Chupin, Agnès Edel-Roy and Monica Manolescu.
The issue also features articles, reviews and essays by the winners of the 2021 Best Student Nabokov Essay competition.
The registration payment page is now available for Hidden Nabokov. Find it here!
I’m happy to announce the publication of my new volume,
Stephen H. Blackwell. “Calendar Anomalies, Pushkin and Aesthetic Love in Nabokov.” The Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 96, no. 3, 2018, pp. 401–431. JSTOR, JSTOR.
A gripping account of the 1948 abduction of Sally Horner and the ways in which that crime inspired Vladimir Nabokov's classic novel Lolita.
Sarah Weinman will talk about her new book with Dana Dragunoiu on Thursday, September 20, at 6:30 pm at the Ottawa Public Library, Sunnyside Branch.
Princeton University Press has issued a cheap ($17.95, cheap by Princeton standards) paperback of volume 1 of the revised (1975) Nabokov translation of Pushkin's Eugene Onegin, in their new Princeton Classics series, aimed at students; pagination, except for the front matter, remains the same as in previous editions. There is a new foreword by me.
We are happy to announce the publication of the Nabokov Online Journal, Volume XII, 2018.
It is now available here: http://www.nabokovonline.com/.
on behalf of the NOJ Editorial Board