Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

“Robinson is an inviting and charming guide, as she introduces classic seafood-focused recipes for salads (shrimp, tomato, and red onion), sides (seafood fried rice with crabmeat, oysters, and shrimp), and basic mains such as a blue crab stew, crispy fried grouper, or shrimp and blue crab burgers. . . . This delightful cookbook also serves … Continue reading Sallie Ann Robinson’s Kitchen

Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance 2019

This past weekend the University Press of Florida traveled to Spartanburg, South Carolina, to attend the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Discovery Show. We had fun sharing some of our newest books with indie booksellers from across the South. Thanks to all who stopped by to visit us! Here are some of our new books we were … Continue reading Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance 2019

Awards Announcement: Our Authors’ Recent Wins

THE UNIVERSITY PRESS OF FLORIDA PROUDLY PRESENTS OUR MOST RECENT AWARD-WINNING BOOKS AND AUTHORS! Heather McPherson will receive the 2019 Beacon Award at the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show this month. This award recognizes a woman leader who has served as a Beacon for the foodservice industry through her leadership, contributions, and inspiration. McPherson is editor-at-large and … Continue reading Awards Announcement: Our Authors’ Recent Wins

Fall 2019 Paperback Releases

The Allure of Immortality: An American Cult, a Florida Swamp, and a Renegade Prophet by Lyn Millner Wall Street Journal’s Five Best Books About Cults “Relates the headshaking tale of how [Cyrus] Teed converted two hundred seekers into celibate Koreshans and led them from Chicago to a Southwest Florida promised land, based on a religion-science … Continue reading Fall 2019 Paperback Releases

Hurricanes: A Reading List

Florida is notorious for its most prominent natural event—the hurricane. As a scholarly publisher located in the state, University Press of Florida has many books on the history and science of these devastating storms. This list of books offers detailed accounts of infamous hurricanes from the past, as well as insight into why tropical cyclones happen … Continue reading Hurricanes: A Reading List

Shaping Identity in Medieval French Literature

“Maps out new territory that offers an in-depth investigation of a crucial aspect of medieval literature. The notion of ‘the other within’ promises (and delivers) insight into what differentiates as well as brings together past and present concerns.”—Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner, author of Chrétien Continued: A Study of the “Conte du Graal” and Its Verse Continuations “Some … Continue reading Shaping Identity in Medieval French Literature

Captain Kidd’s Lost Ship

“Carefully researched and brilliantly studied, this account of the Quedagh Merchant and its notorious master, Captain William Kidd, looks beyond the romance and fiction to give us a true account of the man, the ship, and their times.”—James P. Delgado, coauthor of The Lost Submarines of Pearl Harbor The troubled chain of events involving Captain Kidd’s capture of … Continue reading Captain Kidd’s Lost Ship