Sorry--another Spellweaver Volute question

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Hi,

If I have [C]spellweaver volute[/C] enchanting a [C]searing wind[/C] in my graveyard and I play a sorcery triggering the volute and copying the searing wind, can I then play a [C]fork[/C] on the searing wind copy?

Thanks in advance and I promise this is the last Spellweaver volute question as it becomes increasingly less convoluted each time you all answer.

Alex
Yes. A copy of a spell (or of a card in a graveyard, which copy was then cast as a spell) is still a spell.

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The copy is cast, and will go on the stack just like the original instant would.  As such, you can use Fork or something similar to create a copy of the Searing Wind that's currently on the stack.