Author: Pamelia Dailey

  • What’s it really like?

    In recognition of day #4 of UP Week, two staff members tell you what it’s really like to be part of the small but dedicated team that makes up the Bucknell University Press. Working for the Bucknell University Press has been one of my favorite parts of my college experience. We’re a small press, which […]

  • Who Speaks for the Non-Human? The Humanists

    Guest blog post by BUP author Tim Wenzell in recognition of University Press Week 2019 As humanism has evolved over the centuries, it has maintained and nurtured itself through empathy—having it, expressing it, and passing it on. In the humanities and literature, passing it on through the written word, through poetry, fiction, and non-fiction has […]



    Please join us in welcoming Suzanne E. Guiod as the next Director of the Bucknell University Press. She succeeds Greg Clingham, who retired in December, and will assume the directorship in May. Suzanne has served as editor-in-chief at Syracuse University Press since 2012, and was previously editorial director at the University of Rochester Press, which […]

  • Inside the Wreckage : Reading and book signing with Sascha Feinstein

    Reading and book signing with Sascha Feinstein Monday, October 23, 6 p.m. Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University 400 Market St., Lewisburg, PA Sascha Feinstein will read from his latest memoir, Wreckage: My Father’s Legacy of Art & Junk, published by Bucknell University Press (2017). This event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsored […]

  • South African poet Antjie Krog to visit Bucknell

    Poetry Reading 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 19 Bucknell Hall Lecture on Social Justice 7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 20 Gallery Theater, 3rd floor, EL Co-sponsored by Bucknell University Press, Stadler Center for Poetry, Bucknell Humanities Center, Office of Global & Off Campus Education, and University Lectureship Committee Antjie Krog Anna Elizabeth (Antjie) Krog’s iconic status as […]

  • 2016-17 Book Collecting Prize winners announced

    The winners of the 2016-17 Book Collecting Prize sponsored by Bucknell University Press and Library & IT are: 1st place ($500 prize): Alana Jajko, “The Act of Finding” Runners up ($250 prize): Jessica Khin, “My Journey Across Seas and Pages” & Adam Walker, “An Essay on the Library of A. Walker” The Prize is made […]