By Signature 14 min read
Nathan Gelgud illustrates Vladimir Nabokov's journey across the U.S.A., and Landon Y. Jones remembers journeying in Vladimir Nabokov's footsteps.
By Samuel Wetzler 14 min read
As this week marks the anniversary of the 1958 publication of Lolita in the United States, we are getting in the Nabokov spirit with Azar Nafisi’s Reading Lolita in Tehran, a first-hand account of censorship and intellectual restriction in the Middle East.
By Kelsey Osgood 4 min read
In honor of Nabokov's birthday, we’ve compiled four gems -- excluding than the (in)famous Lolita -- by Vladimir Nabokov to reignite your interest in one of literature's unparalleled writers.
By Rachel Jacobs 2 min read
This week in history -- on August 18, 1958 -- Vladimir Nabokov's seductive classic Lolita is first published in the United States and it was love at first sight, at last sight, at ever and ever sight. Well, not exactly.
By Tom Blunt 2 min read
It's almost the weekend and to get you almost there, we've also got Hugo Weaving on a transforming experience, an update to 1987's Masters of the Universe and why you might like it, and what's better than a campy remake and Amy Sedaris? Not much.