Celebrate Women’s History Month with UPF!

This month we’re celebrating amazing women in history. Want to be inspired by stories of women who made a big impact on the natural environment, the arts, literature, culture, and civil rights history in Florida and beyond? Here are eight great reads for Women’s History Month! In this uplifting memoir, Lee Wilson describes how she grand … Continue reading Celebrate Women’s History Month with UPF!

August Review Roundup: Donuts, Dance, and Disaster!

August marked a month of plentiful reviews across many magazines and journals. Find your next great read below, and see which books everyone's talking about! Discover America's favorite gourmet doughnut shops in an interview with Paul Mullins, author of Glazed America: A History of the Doughnut, in "Foodie Friday: The Rise and Rise of the Gourmet Doughnut" on the Berkshire Hathaway … Continue reading August Review Roundup: Donuts, Dance, and Disaster!

May 2014 Review Roundup

It's been a busy and exciting spring for UPF books and authors! First, hear what UPF authors have to say in these recent interviews:   Listen to Dale Finley Slongwhite, author of Fed Up: The High Costs of Cheap Food, on WGCU News. Listen to Robert Brinkmann, author of Florida Sinkholes: Science and Policy, on WGCU News. Listen to Bill DeYoung, author … Continue reading May 2014 Review Roundup

Monumental Dreams: The Life and Sculpture of Ann Norton

"They were two people who didn't seem to fit together. But the shy, determined Ann Weaver and the rich, gregarious Ralph Norton shared one thing - a passionate love of art. . . . A relationship slowly developed, one that was to forever alter the cultural landscape of Palm Beach County. After all, their names … Continue reading Monumental Dreams: The Life and Sculpture of Ann Norton