American Horror Story: Coven Fact v. Fiction #4

Who will be the next Supreme? Tonight's season finale of American Horror Story: Coven is guaranteed to be action packed and full of surprises. Carolyn Long offers up another fascinating primer on the crossover and parallels between history and the gore-filled, betrayal-fueled world inhabited by the characters of Coven, this time focusing on episodes 10 and 11. The show took … Continue reading American Horror Story: Coven Fact v. Fiction #4

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American Horror Story: Coven Fact v. Fiction #3

Only two days left until the season finale of American Horror Story: Coven! Recapping episodes 6-9 with a look at where history influenced the plot of Coven, Carolyn Long gives fans a lot to think about. As far-fetched and fantastical as much of Coven may seem, it's easy to forget that true events in the … Continue reading American Horror Story: Coven Fact v. Fiction #3

American Horror Story: Coven Fact v. Fiction #2

Only 6 more days until the season finale of American Horror Story: Coven and Carolyn Long is back to tide you over with a look at where history parallels or completely contradicts the storyline! If you're just getting started, see the first post in our Coven series to get an overview of the cast and … Continue reading American Horror Story: Coven Fact v. Fiction #2

American Horror Story: Coven Fantasy v. Fact Episode #1

Fans of FX’s incredibly popular American Horror Story: Coven recognize Madame Lalaurie and Marie Laveau as characters played by Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett in a mesmerizing world of intrigue, witchcraft, and gore set in New Orleans. Carolyn Long, the author of biographies on both of these fascinating women - Lalaurie and Laveau - undoubtedly … Continue reading American Horror Story: Coven Fantasy v. Fact Episode #1

TD Allman on Miami: City of the Future

An Interview with TD Allman author of Miami: City of the Future “In every epoch, Miami urges us to eat, drink and be merry. It is, always has been and may always be a fabulous party town, even when canals replace the freeways, and Miami truly does become ‘the Venice of the Americas.”’  TD Allman is … Continue reading TD Allman on Miami: City of the Future

Now Available: New Books for December and January

The University Press of Florida is pleased to announce the publication of seven new books: Florida Sinkholes: Science and Policy By Robert Brinkmann Danger lurks beneath Florida’s tropical surface. This fascinating book is a comprehensive guide to understanding how sinkholes form and what to do about them.           Kongo across the … Continue reading Now Available: New Books for December and January