Writers and artists can benefit from the tactics of thieves and tricksters.
There exists a space between the desire to write and actually sitting down to get the words on the page: This is the abyss. Too many writers fall into it and never return.
Sometimes the words won’t come. Or your pencil hovers over the page, unsure what to draw. These are all symptoms of art-block.
Everyone keeps telling us to think outside the box. But what if that’s the wrong advice?