This is the last book I read: http://www.pennedinthemargins.co.uk/index.php/2016/04/cain/
. Its central section is a sequence of long anagrams: 31 prose poems, each arranged from the same four verses from Genesis into a different sense.
One of the most recent games I ran was Psi*Run; in that, each roll means you're given these six faces that you then have to arrange to make sense as you'd like to.
The two kinds of arrangement had a resonance, I thought; you've got two fives, or a dozen h's, and though you can't change that you can do as you will with them, as far as sense allows. It didn't seem enough to make a post about but Jason Morningstar's friendly post earlier encouraged me. Now I'm thinking, though, what would a D20 game be like if you rolled a d20 a dozen times at the start of a session, and that was the set of rolls you were allowed to use? oh this is an important check so I'll use that 17 (crosses 17 off for now) but making sure you use up some of the low rolls before they're all you're stuck with?
Or if they were the set of rolls each player had?