UPF Catalogs

Books for National Poetry Month

View our reading recommendations for National Poetry Month and explore the work of Fernando Valverde, Excilia SaldaƱa, Reinaldo Arenas, Allan Peterson, and Mohja Kahf. Use code NPM21 for discount prices and free shipping through April 30.

Audiobook Giveaway

Subscribe to our e-newsletters by April 16 for your chance to win free audiobooks! We are giving away audio copies of the following three books. Click the links below to enter.

Star Crossed
The Story of Astronaut Lisa Nowak
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Jacksonville and the Roots of Southern Rock
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Dixie's Daughters
The United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Preservation of Confederate Culture
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Conference Virtual Booths

We are offering extra deep discount prices and FREE SHIPPING for books in our spring 2021 virtual booths.

AHA | History Sale | Use Code AHA21

AAIHS | African American Studies Sale | Use Code AAIH21

SAA & AAPA | Archaeology Sale | Use Code SAA21

ICMS | Medieval Studies Sale | Use Code ICMS21

LASA | Latin American Studies Sale | Use Code LASA21

FNPS | Gardening Sale | Use Code FNPS21

From Our Authors

How the Poetry of Langston Hughes Inspired Martin Luther King's First Dream | W. Jason Miller, author of Origins of the Dream: Hughes's Poetry and King's Rhetoric
Discussing Anne Sexton | An NYPL Roundtable and Excerpt from This Business of Words

AUPresses Statement on Equity and Anti-Racism

The University Press of Florida stands with the Association of University Presses in opposition to racism. We aspire to hold justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion as values that guide our policies, practices, and publications. Read full statement here.

Important Order Information

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About the Publishers

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