Scholars at Harvard University are to lampoon the TWILIGHT phenomenon in a hilarious new novel.
The Harvard Lampoon magazine's Nightlight will be published by Random House's Vintage Books imprint in November (09).
According to EW.com, the book will focus on a young lady named Belle Goose, who moves to Switchblade, Oregon, and convinces herself that a "super-hot computer nerd with zero interest in girls" called Edwart Cullen is a vampire.
The last time Harvard's undergraduate humour magazine published a satirical novel was in 1969 when it published the The Lord of the Rings spoof Bored of the Rings.
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