Vladimir Nabokov


This is the place to announce any and all Nabokov-related publications — be that books, articles, web pieces, podcast interviews, etc. Add your publication!


By waynejones, 11 March, 2024
The article addresses how Nabokov follows or breaks the conventions of professional indexing.
By stephen_blackwell, 23 December, 2023
David Potter's brief summary of his research into Pauline Tarnowsky.
By stephen_blackwell, 6 November, 2023

Воронина Ольга. Тайнопись: Набоков. Архив. Подтекст. — СПб.:
Издательство Ивана Лимбаха, 2023. — 584 с., ил.
ISBN 978-5-89059-520-1


By Erik Eklund, 9 October, 2023
Erik Eklund uncovers the religious subtext of Bend Sinister's famous beam of light, tracing its development from fourth century theologian Athanasius of Alexandria to Gustave Flaubert.
By stephen_blackwell, 2 August, 2023

Ljuba Tarvi's newbook, Modern Fantasies on Love versus Classical Romances: On the Success of Fifty Shades of Grey, 

By stephen_blackwell, 20 July, 2023

Nabokov Studies Volume 18 went “live” yesterday on the Project MUSE website, with  the following table of contents:



By dana_dragunoiu, 19 December, 2022

Exploring the deeply translational and transnational nature of the writings of Vladimir Nabokov, this book argues that all his work is unified by the permanent presence of three cultures and languages: Russian, English and French.

By dana_dragunoiu, 8 November, 2021

Artois Presses Université presents a bilingual collection of essays titled Vladimir Nabokov and Translation / Vladimir Nabokov et la traduction, edited by Julie Loison-Charles and Stanislav Shvabrin. 

Table of Contents:

By dana_dragunoiu, 5 February, 2021


Tome III, Édition publiée sous la direction de Maurice Couturier

Pnine - Feu pâle - Ada ou L'Ardeur - La transparence des choses - Regarde, regarde les arlequins! - L'original de Laura.

By dana_dragunoiu, 20 September, 2020

The book Magda Nachman: An Artist in Exile by Lina Bernstein has just been published by Academic Studies Press.

By dana_dragunoiu, 23 November, 2019

THINK, WRITE, SPEAK: Uncollected Essays, Reviews, Interviews, and Letters to the Editor, edited by Brian Boyd and Anastasia Tolstoy, has made its publication debut! 

By dana_dragunoiu, 20 December, 2018

Alexey Filimonov, poet, man of letters, translator, and devoted Nabokovian, is happy to announce the publication of his collection of poems Звезда-полынья (Zvezda-polyn'ia). The poems pay tribute to Nabokov, St. Petersburg, the Russian Silver Age, and the poets who fired his imagination.

By dana_dragunoiu, 9 November, 2018

Doctoral dissertations ready to go to defence: Agnès Edel-Roy and Léopold Regnier will defend their doctoral dissertations in November. Please see details below:

Soutenance de Thèse de Doctorat/Ph.D. Thesis Defense/Защита Диссертации

By Brian_Boyd, 18 September, 2018

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,

By dana_dragunoiu, 18 July, 2018

At the beginning of July, Nabokov's 25 readings presented the almanac titled Nabokov's Europe. Alexey Filimonov and Evgeny Lazerow are co-editors of the anthology.

By Brian_Boyd, 29 June, 2018

Gennady Barabtarlo's beautifully designed edition of Nabokov on dreams. Its core is Nabokov's 1964-65 experiment of recording his dreams to test J.W. Dunne's An Experiment with Time (1927), to see if any of his dreams were retrospectively precognitive.

By Brian_Boyd, 28 June, 2018

Andrei Babikov's edition of Nabokov's correspondence with his friend Mikhail Karpovich, the Harvard historian of Russia, edited, with full notes, from originals in the Nabokov archive of the Berg Collection at the New York Public Library, the Nabokov papers in the Library of Congress, and the Bak