In the book "So I Like To Get Tied-up ... So What" a
selection of correspondence covers
different aspects of organised group game-playing.
Short letter circulated to other game-players
invites comment. This is still under discussion and input is welcomed.
INNER MAN' PLAY-GROUP:
In a story based on real-life characters in the Seventies, married-with-kids
British fire-fighter 'Chunky' Proctor stumbles across a life-changing
opportunity when he decides to buy a pair of handcuffs. Five excerpts
describe in detai,l activities of a 'team' which plays together on
a regular basis.
- the group members plan to expand
- 'Chunky' watches video which illustrates several events
(four excerpts are linked internally).
This more recent story (2011) is almost
a how-to manual for getting a group together, finding a space to play
and even financing such activities. The whole story is about the group's
different activities, but two excerpts in particular offer practical
information about getting a group together::
KNOW WHAT YOU WANT?
NEW TEAM MEMBERS
Fictional senior British police officer's old friend invites him to
join a covert group of 'hit men', who also indulge in some
unofficial game-playing. EXCERPTS
in charge of "Resistance to Captivity and Interrogation"
training gets a taste of his own methods. EXCERPTS
Croydon housewife arranges for her sexually adventurous husband to
be 'abducted' and given the experience of a lifetime.
British naval officer now retired hangs out with a buch of local hard-nuts
whose antic involve rough-and-tumble challenge within the group MORE
links to ...
site there may be other references to group activities.
As I find my way to hem I'll add them.
achievements in terms of group play will be over interest.