Check out our list of great reads to celebrate Black History Month, available at the libraries all month (and year-round)!
From Print to Screen
You’ve made it through another school year, congrats! Take time this summer to unwind and enjoy some mindless entertainment. This display features books that made it to the big screens. Take a look at some of the shows and movies that were created from the book and are now available on popular streaming services! The... Continue Reading →
FSU Author’s Day 2020
Every year, the FSU Libraries and the Office of Faculty Development and Advancement host FSU Author’s Day to celebrate the published accomplishments by FSU faculty and staff. This year, in lieu of a reception, we are honoring our authors digitally. “Every year since we began the FSU Authors Day celebration, people have asked ‘Why the book?’ It is... Continue Reading →
Leave Us Your Pop Lit Suggestions!
The library is looking to update their Pop Lit book collection! We are asking for your suggestions on books that you would like to see added to our collection. We're open to any suggestions, but are trying to build more of our non-fiction collection. Look for the genre below and leave a comment with the... Continue Reading →
2018 FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS COMPETITION OPENS WITH CALL FOR ENTRIES
The Florida Book Awards kicks off its 12th annual competition with a call for entries in 11 categories. The Florida Book Awards competition is coordinated through the Florida State University Libraries, with the support of partner organizations from across the state. The deadline for submissions is Jan. 13, 2019 Established in 2006, the Florida Book Awards... Continue Reading →
The Contested Future of the Book, Part 1
*This post is from Abby Scheel, one of our three humanities librarians. A couple weeks ago I was fortunate enough to represent FSU Libraries at two meetings near Dupont Circle in Washington, DC. Both meetings dealt in different ways with one of the most contested issues for academic libraries and scholars: the scholarly monograph. There is... Continue Reading →