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
"A wonderful scholarly book that even has a little “what the hell” in it. This collection belongs in all libraries, from the academic to the public. It’s that important, and that readable." —The Hemingway Review "Authors John and Mary Lou Missall have approached these wars in a … Continue reading September 2016 Paperback Releases
Our books are blossoming with praise and positive reviews this spring! Enjoy just a few highlights from this season below. Saving Florida: Women's Fight for the Environment in the Twentieth Century By Leslie Kemp Poole “Makes significant contributions to the broader fields of American history and environmental history by continually placing the actions of … Continue reading Spring Review Roundup
The UPF marketing team traveled to Tallahassee last weekend to display our books at the 2016 Word of South Festival of Literature and Music! This year marks Word of South's second annual festival following its inaugural event in 2015. We had a great time meeting book and music enthusiasts from Tallahassee and across the state, and showcasing and … Continue reading Word of South Festival 2016
UPF authors have several exciting events planned for April – find one near you! For more details visit our calendar.
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!
Read about a medieval French writer, Latin American fiction writers, women of the African diaspora, southeastern archaeologists, environmental leaders, Florida’s only “Highwaywoman” painter, the first female head of the Seminole Tribe, and other extraordinary women. Use code WEQ15 at checkout for discount prices.