POETRY: Point Reyes Station native Erin Rodoni and her daughters, Leela and Kavya, in the town she grew up in. She writes about her memories, and her brushes with birth and death, in “Body, in Good Light,” her debut book of poetry. Read more on page 11.   David Briggs
Erin Rodoni was 16 and driving herself and a friend to high school on a wet morning when she almost spun out of control. “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins played through the stereo as she passed the Borello Ranch; her tires lost traction, and she began to slide off Highway 1. She would have tumbled

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