The Writhing Society: A Salon for Constrained Writing Techniques
The Writhing Society meets to practice and discuss the techniques of constrained writing. We practice the methods invented by ourselves and by other writers, artists, musicians, and mathematicians. This month, we will experiment with the Greco-Latin Bisquare, also known as the Euler Square. We will write a story in three stages or chapters with three characters. Each character begins wearing a garment and holding an object. The characters then (willingly and knowingly or not) exchange their garments and objects twice so that each character has a chance at each.