UPF books have received lots of praise in the past few months. Since springtime in Florida is the perfect opportunity to relax outside with a good book, now is a great time to take a look at some of these titles. . Time magazine reviewed Douglas R. Egerton and Robert L. Paquette’s The Denmark … Continue reading Review Roundup
Last weekend, UPF traveled to THREE different cities across Florida to display our diverse collection of books! We had staff in Daytona Beach for the Florida Native Plant Society conference, Orlando for the Florida Historical Society meeting, and Jupiter for the Florida Anthropological Society meeting. In Daytona Beach, we had a great time meeting gardening and botany enthusiasts from all across Florida. There … Continue reading A Weekend of Florida History, Anthropology, and Gardening
The University Press of Florida is the proud publisher of many books of beautiful photography. Today we’re highlighting a few of our books that showcase striking images of the state of Florida. E.G. Barnhill: Florida Photographer, Adventurer, Entrepreneur is filled with stunningly vivid hand painted photographs of Florida’s natural and enchanting landscape. In the age … Continue reading Spotlight on Florida Photography
The highlights below are from just some of the nearly 100 reviews and news mentions our authors received throughout June. . . Walking St. Augustine Elsbeth "Buff" Gordon "Through descriptive prose, pictures, photos and maps, [Walking St. Augustine] brings to life five centuries of the city’s past. . . .A welcome addition to the lexicon of … Continue reading June Review Roundup
We hope you enjoy these highlights from reviews our books received last month. You’ll also catch a few glimpses of what our authors have been up to lately. Take a look! In a recent Tampa Bay Times op-ed, Brandon Haught looks at science education in Florida’s private schools. Haught is the author of the … Continue reading March 2014 Review Roundup: UPF Books in the News!
And now, it’s time for some silliness. For Valentine’s Day 2014, we’re introducing what could possibly be the world’s FIRST EVER book acrostic love poems. What, you ask, is a book acrostic love poem? Rule 1: It must be written with (and only with) the first words of book titles. Rule 2: It must be a … Continue reading On Valentine’s Day, Our Marketing Department Shows the Love for UPF Books