Nabokov Studies is an annual journal devoted to the writings of Vladimir Nabokov. Sponsored by the International Nabokov Society, Nabokov Studies is a refereed scholarly publication that welcomes submissions on any aspect of Nabokov's work. The journal places no restrictions upon the length, theoretical orientation, or language of submitted manuscripts. English is the usual language of publication. Russian text within articles must be accompanied by English translations. MLA format. Graphic materials are welcome. Publication in Nabokov Studies is contingent upon subscription to the journal and current membership in the Nabokov Society. (For information on joining the Society, see the Nabokov Society page in Zembla.) Sample articles from each of the first three issues of Nabokov Studies are vailable in Zembla. See the Criticism page.

Nabokov Studies was founded in 1994 by D. Barton Johnson.

Subscription Information

Subscription to Nabokov Studies, Volumes 3 to 5 (1996-1998): individual subscriptions, 1 year/1 volume = $25.50; overseas subscriptions, $29.50 per year; (institutional subscriptions, $35.50 per year, $39.50 overseas)

Please send your check (US Funds please, drawn on a US Bank or a bank with US Representation) to

Zoran Kuzmanovich
Editor, Nabokov Studies
English Department
Davidson College
Davidson NC 28036

All inquiries regarding subscriptions and submissions should be directed to All other queries should be directed to the editor at

Instructions for obtaining Nabokov Studies, Volumes 1 and 2


  • Nabokov Studies #1 (1994) costs $21.00 (233pp)
  • Nabokov Studies #2 (1995) costs $28.00 (308pp)

The above are individual rates. Add $1.50 for overseas postage.

Institutional rates for NS#1 are $31 domestic ($32.50 overseas). For NS#2, the institutional rate is $32 domestic ($33.50 overseas).

Where to send payment:

  • Option 1:
    D. Barton Johnson
    Dept. of Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies
    Phelps Hall
    Univ. of California at Santa Barbara
    Santa Barbara, CA 93106

    Checks should be made out to D. Barton Johnson and in the lower right hand corner contain the information "Nabokov Studies #1, or #2 [or both]." The checks should be in US Funds drawn on a US Bank.

  • Option 2:
    Stephen Parker
    International Vladimir Nabokov Society
    c/o Slavic Languages and Literatures
    University of Kansas
    Lawrence, KS, 66045

    Checks should be in US funds drawn on a US bank and made out to the Vladimir Nabokov Society.

Tables of Contents, Nabokov Studies 1, 2, 3, and 4

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