This past fall and spring, our authors and staff traveled across the United States and Canada to show off UPF books! Take a look at what we’ve been up to with these snapshots from book fairs and conferences.
We kicked off the year at the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance in New Orleans in September.
In October, we displayed tons of our books in African American Studies at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History conference in Jacksonville, Florida.
Our table was bursting with dance books at the National Dance Education Organization meeting in Miami.
At the Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading in St. Petersburg, Florida, several authors visited our booth.
We brought lots of history books to the Southern Historical Association conference in St. Louis, Missouri.
In November, our books in southeastern archaeology were a big hit at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference in Tampa, Florida. These books were some of our bestsellers:
And we love the Miami Book Fair International!
In January, our literature books traveled to Chicago for the meeting of the Modern Language Association. Here are a few of the books that intrigued attendees:
At the Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology in Québec City, top sellers included these books:
We showed off our great selection of gift books at the Orlando Gift Show.
In March, books flew off our tables at the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Conference in Gainesville, Florida, including these:
Meanwhile, at the Conference of the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Florida, our table was packed with our newest books in Latin American Studies.
The American Association of Physical Anthropologists met in April, and we traveled to Calgary to display cutting-edge bioarchaeology books like these:
In Austin, Texas, the Society for American Archaeology conference was a huge success.
At the Florida Library Association meeting in May in Orlando, librarians were eager to book our authors for special appearances.
These books were especially popular at the meeting of the Florida Anthropological Society in Punta Gorda:
Our books in medieval literature got a lot of attention at the International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
We took a mountain of books to the Florida Native Plant Society meeting in Fort Myers, Florida.
Our last show of the year was the meeting of the Florida Historical Society in Fort Lauderdale. We had a great time displaying and selling our new books in Florida History!