Another wonderful question from 101Books blog: “What I’m getting from Kerouac here is that anyone can become a writer through training, but some writers are born with innate talent that a trained writer will never be able to match.”

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Writers Digest recently dug into their archives and found an article from January 1962, written by Jack Kerouac, about whether or not writers are born or made.

Though I haven’t read On The Road in 12 years, I still consider it one of my favorite books. And, since I’m at a totally different place in life from when I first read it, I’m curious as to what I will think about the Kerouac classic when I re-read it for the Time list. Probably soon.

Anyway, Kerouac certainly had his own style, one that you probably either love or hate. So it’s no surprise that he had a strong opinion on writing. He was obviously a fan of Joyce:

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    • I am well Blaga! I hope you are doing well and life is being very good to you! Thanks so much for reading and commenting. My day job keeps me very busy – much less writing time lately.


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