Adam enjoys cutting things up. He's made some funny cut-up poems using scissors and newspapers. (The weird thing is, if you cut up the Daily Mail you can STILL tell it's the Daily Mail). You can see it on the LRB Blog here and here.
He's also produced a strange and ingenious book all about 13th March 2011 - the date his grandfather was born - using fragments of newspaper articles and adverts from that day. It's published by the ever-so-sexy artists book imprint Information as Material. GET IT HERE!!!
Dennis Duncan rewrote Edmund Spenser's Prothalamion, changing its meaning so it's now all about a BDSM orgy. It's an experiment in imagining all the possible errors an early modern compositor might make, in getting type upside down and back to front. All is explained here.