Great Authors: William Faulkner
William Cuthbert Falkner (he later added the “u”) was the oldest of four boys born in ... read more »
In New Orleans, Faulkner met Sherwood Anderson, a writer who would become his friend and mentor. He ... read more »
In “Go Down, Moses,” published in 1942, Faulkner isolated the precise moment when a ... read more »
Estelle Oldham divorced her first husband and married Faulkner only months later in 1929. But their ... read more »
Faulkner died on July 6, 1962, of a heart attack at Wright’s Sanitarium in Byhalia, Miss. The ... read more »
Readers of Faulkner rely on emotional instincts to embrace and unravel the ambiguities woven into ... read more »
The William Faulkner Society presents information on conferences, panel discussions and proposal requests on Faulkner, and includes information on the 36th Annual Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference held at the University of Mississippi.