PROPMT 9/11/2012: Unceremonious
1. Stop being married to your work. A little outside intervention can lead to some great inventions. Paradoxically, a classic wedding cliché could hold the secrets.
2. Gather some of your past work and the past work of a friend (or of your favorite writer).
3. Start writing. Include something old (a line or theme from your past work), something new (this is the easy part), something borrowed (a line or theme from someone else’s work), and something blue (this you can interpret as you wish).