This book was published in 2005 but harks bark to the sixties, Archigram and the Cedric Price 'fun palace'. Not entirely surprising as the editor Samantha Hardingham, has already published a number of books on Price and is currently working on his complete works.
The contributions are a mixed bunch of theoretical/arty farty writings about architecture, with the rather unattractive illustrations looking as if they were photocopied into a pamphlet and a general approach akin to a book of works by some American sixties beat poets. For my money the most interesting items were the short piece by Cedric Price, Good Nuts, and the Nicholas Royle, David Rosen short story the Space-Time Discontinuum, which reminded me of Paul Auster. Having said that there is interesting and evocative material throughout the book.
It won't take you long to read, and it does not cost much, worth a look if you are into this sort of stuff, but certainly not unmissable.
The copy I ordered had a slightly different cover, I have uploaded some photos to give you an idea of what to expect.