Charleston Salt and Iron
Wendy Nilsen Pollitzer
Discover the beauty, strength and timeless allure of the South's crown jewel.
Foreword by New York Times Best Selling Author Mary Alice Monroe.
This is a different kind of Charleston book. It is a collection of stunning images, essays and stories written by business leaders, writers, artists, musicians and those who have their family trees deeply rooted in soil tended by generations of Charlestonians.
Travel through these page and experience Charleston as you've never seen it. The history, the events and the sheer beauty that continues to shape all who come into contact with her.
Explore the city's historical homes and cobblestone streets, listen for the rhythm of the tides, and paddle past the crash grass fora view of the city's waterfront.
Her historical past gives way to today, still growing and still awe-inspiring.
Charleston Salt and Iron is what this city is about - turn the pages and enjoy the journey.
Wendy Nilsen Pollitzer is a Lowcountry native. Born and raised in Charleston, she moved to Beaufort, South Carolina after graduating from Clemson University in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management.
While developing her career as the Naturalist at Hunting Island State Park teaching visitors and school children about the coastal environment, she pursued a dual profession as a writer in her spare time. She contributed to local and regional publications. Her features predominantly depicted Lowcountry living and he love her coastal home in South Carolina.
Wendy is he author of two books, Isle of Palms and Port Royal published by Arcadia Publishing.
Her third book, SOUTH, What it means to be here in heart or in spirit, published by Lydia Inglett Publishing is a collection of essays and defining photography in a stunning coffee table book. SOUTH won the Gold Award from Independent Publishers for Best Regional Non-Fiction.
“I love Wendy Pollitzer’s writing. Her instincts are remarkable, her nose for truth infallible. I can’t pick up a journal or magazine that she’s written for without going straight to the table of contents in search of her piece. What I think is so interesting about her work is that she really believes in what she’s doing, in getting it right. She’s very, very good.” - Pat Conroy, Author
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