You Had Me At Topography is an evolution of emotion, a story in poems whose structure is inspired by Julio Cortázar’s novel Hopscotch. Instead of just reading the collection from front to back, there is another reading offered. At the end of each poem are instructions informing which poem to read next. The idea of this dual structure is that, depending on which way you read the book, a different story will emerge.
Through art, we are better able to understand ourselves, our society, and our culture.