Dear Nabokovians,

I'd like to share a post I wrote in an amateur's attempt to harness the Nabokovian spirit. It's something of a tribute to, rather than a parody of, Pale Fire. I'm not sure if self-promotion is forgivable on this list, but I thought it might be interesting to Nabokov enthusiasts and scholars. Perhaps such posts should be censored, but since it's Banned Books Awareness Week, I'm hoping it will provide a few logophiles with a few smiles.

I'm also interested in reading other creative compositions inspired by and written in the style and spirit of Pale Fire. Can you direct me to anything of this sort, perhaps a creative musing of your own?

Kind Regards,

Emily E. Speller

Assistant Professor of Literature,
Houston Baptist University
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