Writers Who Walk

  Heidegger contended that humans walk to cope with an innate restlessness. Thoreau said it helps us recover our “creatureliness,” and philosophers from Aristotle to Kant ambled for their inspiration. Many writers have done likewise, including most famously Dickens, who routinely walked 20-30 miles a day to stimulate his muse.

 

Essay  Guidelines: (poetry welcome) IMG_0027

Writers Who Walk seeks to explore the practice and experience of walking as a path to deeper reflection on life and self-understanding. Essays should be personal, previously unpublished, and 1500 words or less.

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