Running: an aid to the creative process? – The Guardian (blog)

Writer’s block? Putting on your trainers and nipping outside for a jog could be just the cure you’re looking for

 

Historically there are a number of writers who also claimed running facilitated the creative process. American novelist Louisa May Alcott was reportedly a devoted runner, whilst fellow countrywoman Joyce Carol Oates ascribes the twin activities of running and writing to “keep the writer reasonably sane and with the hope, however illusory and temporary, of control”.

Source: www.theguardian.com

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