The Story of Southern, in Pictures.
When contemplating the story of Southern, there is perhaps no greater resource than William Faulkner. In nearly every possible literary form, Faulkner did indeed "tell about the South. " He wrote of what we do and why, in lyrical, haunting prose, drawing thousands of pictures on the page. Commenting on his chosen profession, Faulkner posited that "a writer needs three things: experience, observation, and imagination." Nearly forty-five years of travel and trade have provided me with no lack of any of the aforementioned. I have, from time to time, been overwhelmed by the number and scope of stories gathered like moss to this rolling stone and felt the need to capture the memories on paper. Or, for present-day application, on-line. These vignettes are proferred here on our website. Under the "Projects" tab, click on "The Story of Southern."