Anonymous artist Companion is a queer artist living with Bipolar I disorder who focuses on illustrating the fragility of the human mind and the importance of mental health treatment. Through bizarre scenes and eerie imagery, Companion depicts their disturbing memories as experienced in psychosis. Each painting presented in this exhibition acts as a physical expression... Continue Reading →
FSU Libraries’ Art in the Library Committee organizes visual and performing arts programming in its spaces to enrich the library as an aesthetic and academic environment. A major part of this program includes exhibiting artwork drawn from the FSU student body on a semester-long basis. Arya Anderson is an undergraduate student the College of Fine... Continue Reading →
Get back into those favorite habits with some Pop Lit Picks for the new year! Check out recommendations from the libraries!
As the temperature cools, explore our curated list of cozy fall reads from FSU Libraries' Pop Lit collection!
Come check out the new Pop Lit books that have arrived in March! They're available now in the Pop Lit collection by Starbucks on the first floor of Strozier Library.
February is short but mighty; filled with celebrations, heart-filled valentines and sweets. So, let’s go all in with the love fest. Here are some romantic book recommendations from the FSU Libraries Popular Literature Collection in Strozier. MODERN LOVE (Call Number F RAI) Alisha Rai’s Modern Love series combines good ol’ fashioned attraction with a modern... Continue Reading →
The smell of fresh syllabi is in the air and new classes are back at FSU and the Libraries Pop Lit committee wants to welcome you back! What is The Pop Lit Collection? Firstly, the Pop Lit collection belongs to YOU, the students. The Popular literature committee orders books within set genres on behalf of... Continue Reading →
We are so lucky to be on a part of this amazing planet. Here in Florida we have plenty of sunshine, beautiful biodiversity, and lots of water to play in. Celebrate Mother Nature and Earth Day with us by checking out some of our great Pop Lit Picks through our curbside pick up. Take yourself... Continue Reading →
In June 2020, the Popular Literature committee did an initial sweep of titles in the collection for books centered on conversations of race and racism in the United States. After that sweep we followed up by ordering more books to diversify and continue this conversation in the library and to offer ways for the patrons... Continue Reading →