UPF authors had an exciting and busy year of book events in 2015. We’ve gathered some photos from their talks and book signings throughout Florida and the United States. We are so grateful to all the venues that hosted UPF authors and we hope to have the opportunity to see even more readers at our events this year!
She also visited Lemuria Books, a bookstore she visited regularly as a child. She was kept very busy signing copies of her book!
César Brioso took his new book Havana Hardball to various events and locations. In October, he participated in George Mason University’s Fall for the Book Festival, and had the opportunity to discuss his book at Barnes & Noble in Fairfax, Virginia.
Larry Massey presented his book The Life and Crimes of Railroad Bill at the Covington County Genealogical and Historical Society. The event was held in an old train depot in Seminary, Mississippi—a perfect setting for a talk about the legendary train robber!
Ginny Stibolt took an 11-week book tour for her newest book, The Art of Maintaining a Florida Native Landscape. Check out her recap on her blog! She kicked off her tour in September with a presentation to the Paynes Prairie chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society.
Peggy Macdonald presented her book Marjorie Harris Carr at the Florida Southern College Florida Lecture Series.
Daniel Harrison talked about his book Making Sense of Marshall Ledbetter at Barnes & Noble in Tallahassee, Florida.
Gene Shinn, author of Bootstrap Geologist, gave a very cool talk at the Orlando Public Library.
The “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society hosted several UPF authors as part of their Friday Lecture Series. Check out their bookstore display, which featured lots of UPF books!
Check out our event calendar to see what book events are coming up in the next few months. Make plans to meet a UPF author at an event near you!