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Erica Goss is the Poet Laureate for Los Gatos 2013-2014




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What if you could write a poem every day?

Erica Goss, Poet Laureate of Los Gatos, has created 20 in 30 (20 poems in 30 days), a poetry writing class designed for poets of all levels. 20 in 30 is an on-line poetry class that will help you:

  • Write a poem every day, five days a week (weekends off)
  • Develop a creative habit that will deepen your writing practice
  • Use prompts specially created to get you writing
  • Work with other students to refine and enhance each others’ poetry

    20 in 30 is an on-line poetry class created and taught by Erica Goss, the Poet Laureate of Los Gatos. Through weekly meetings via Skype or phone, Erica will coach each student in individual, one-on-one sessions.

    Class begins Sunday, June 1 at 5:00 pm and ends Monday, June 30 at 5:00 pm. Students will receive their first week’s prompts and their partners on June 1.

    Space is limited to ten students. To register, please send a check for $175 made out to Erica Goss to 240 Carlester Drive, Los Gatos CA 95032. For more information, email Erica at ericagoss@comcast.net


    Word to Word, a Show About Poetry with Erica Goss


  • KCAT is a small non-profit, public access TV channel run by volunteers. We need your support to help bring this show to the South Bay community.
     
    For your convenience, we accept and encourage on-line donations, but if you prefer to write a check, please make it out to KCAT, and send it to:
    KCAT
    15466 Los Gatos Blvd, Suite 109-223
    Los Gatos CA 95032.
     
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    In WILD PLACE, poet Erica Goss travels through one woman's experience of life, death and nature at its most terrifying. Her poems are rooted in the landscape of the Santa Cruz Mountains, her home for the past 20 years, as well as her experience as the child of a World War II survivor. The dead and the living dwell side by side in this collection. Through it all, the poet's love for her family, home and the state of California, with all of its tarnished glamour, shines through.
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    Erica Goss reading from Wild Place, 1/21/12, Barnes & Noble Books, San Jose CA. Photo by Ellaraine Lockie.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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