The Games by Harry Josephine Giles
The Games is a book of play with language. In Scots and English, it mucks about with sound poetry, found poetry, computer-generated poetry, dirty poetry and others ways to blur and bust the borders of genre. Its themes are ecology, power and sex: how can you have fun in a system that's trying to take power away from you? The Games makes and breaks rules in an effort to live a full life in a full world.