The University of Tampa Press
Founded in 1952, The University of Tampa Press is dedicated to publishing books and journals featuring poetry, prose, and scholarship from Florida and around the globe. The University launched its literary journal UT Poetry Review in 1964, which evolved into Tampa Review in 1988. It is the oldest continuously published literary journal in Florida. Additionally, UT Press published the award-winning academic journal Pinter Review, which was devoted to the work of Nobel laureate Harold Pinter.
Today, UT Press aims to publish trade and scholarly books focusing on Florida art, culture, and history, especially from African American, Latinx, or Indigenous perspectives. The Press also seeks to publish scholarship in global studies, translations of fantastic works, Florida field guides, and creative work in experimental forms, such as cross-genre, multimedia, and short format work.
Tampa Review Editor
Studies in the Fantastic Editor
Student Press Director
Yuly Restrepo Garcés
Sarah Juliet Lauro
Keyhole Press is an imprint of The University of Tampa Press that publishes student-written and student-edited work. Student editors learn techniques for copyediting, corresponding with authors, and document design, then apply those lessons to the production of print and online publications. The Keyhole Press catalog currently includes Royal Road and Q: Journal of Undergraduate Research & Inquiry. For information about course offerings and internship opportunities, contact David Reamer.