Fall 2021 Virtual Booths

This fall, while some conferences are planning in person meetings, many are still offering online formats or hybrid options. We are hosting online virtual booths and book sales on our website in connection with the meetings below. Whether you are attending these meetings in person or virtually, visit our virtual booths for deep discounts on … Continue reading Fall 2021 Virtual Booths

Rewriting Joyce’s Europe

“Original, important, and fascinating. Mecsnóber depicts a Joyce whose works reflect his interest in the implications of different typographic styles, the apparent foreignness of diacritical marks, favored languages in emergent nations, proposals for a universal language, and basic English.”—Patrick A. McCarthy, author of Joyce, Family, “Finnegans Wake”  “In this impeccably researched study, Mecsnóber elegantly shows how … Continue reading Rewriting Joyce’s Europe

Spring Virtual Booth Sales Extended

The spring conferences we participated in this year were held virtually, and we have been hosting virtual booths with deep discounts on our books and free shipping. All discounts have been extended through July 31, 2021. AHA History Sale  Use Code AHA21 at checkout. AAIHS African American Studies Sale Use Code AAIH21 at checkout. SAA … Continue reading Spring Virtual Booth Sales Extended

New Perspectives on Medieval Literature: Authors and Traditions

In honor of the 2021 International Congress on Medieval Studies, which is taking place virtually this month, we are highlighting a book series on medieval literature published by University Press of Florida. New Perspectives on Medieval Literature: Authors and Traditions Edited by Tison Pugh, University of Central Florida; and R. Barton Palmer, Clemson University New Perspectives on … Continue reading New Perspectives on Medieval Literature: Authors and Traditions

Call for Papers | Delos: A Journal of Translation and World Literature

Delos: A Journal of Translation and World Literature, a journal published by UF Press, is dedicating the Spring 2022 issue to a special topic: Sacred Texts and Images from Africa and the African Diaspora Submissions deadline: October 1, 2021 Guest editors: Benjamin Hebblethwaite (hebble@ufl.edu) and Kole Odutola (kodutola@ufl.edu) For more information and to submit, click … Continue reading Call for Papers | Delos: A Journal of Translation and World Literature

Books for National Poetry Month

Celebrate National Poetry Month with these recent poetry collections from University Press of Florida. Featuring the work of Fernando Valverde, Excilia Saldaña, Reinaldo Arenas, Allan Peterson, and Mohja Kahf, these books will introduce you to writers both familiar and new. Use code NPM21 for discount prices and free shipping through April 30. The Insistence of … Continue reading Books for National Poetry Month

The Gulf South

“An absolutely necessary anthology about the relationship between people and the world around them in this blessed and haunted region.”—From the foreword by Bill McKibben, author of The End of Nature and Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?   “From lyrical descriptions of ecosystems still largely whole to disturbing accounts of political and … Continue reading The Gulf South

Welcome to Our 2021 MLA Virtual Booth

This year’s Modern Language Association conference will take place virtually January 7-10, 2021. Our virtual booth is open through February 1 and offers great deals on our titles. Use code MLA21 for discount prices and free shipping. Click Here to View all Titles in Our Virtual Booth Read on for highlights and bonus material from this year’s … Continue reading Welcome to Our 2021 MLA Virtual Booth

Welcome to Our 2020 SAMLA Virtual Booth

This year’s South Atlantic Modern Language Association conference will take place virtually November 13-15, 2020. Our virtual booth is open through December 16 and offers great deals on our titles. Use code MLA21 for discount prices and free shipping. Click Here to View all Titles in Our Virtual Booth Read on for highlights and bonus material from … Continue reading Welcome to Our 2020 SAMLA Virtual Booth

Ordinary Masochisms

“Offers a series of provocative readings of ‘everyday masochisms’ across the nineteenth and twentieth century. Rather than defining this as a ‘perversion,’ Mitchell reveals the sheer mundanity of masochism, expressed in courtship rituals, marriage, religious worship, school, and the workplace. In doing so, Mitchell uncovers the paradoxically painful pleasures of the reading experience itself.”—Sarah Parker, … Continue reading Ordinary Masochisms