Erlich Kathleen

Kathleen L. Erlich


BSR Contributor Since June 11, 2012

Kathleen L. Erlich is a freelance writer who lives in Sacramento, California.

Wisconsin winters and a good book were made for each other. I learned to read for pleasure at a young age, whether it was Nancy Drew or Dickens. Then came the joy of writing: diaries and journals, letters to pen pals, relatives, and movie stars.

Imagine my excitement knowing that I could be a reader and a writer and enjoy a long career that demanded both. I loved college so much I never wanted to leave, so I became an English teacher and university administrator. Freshman composition was a great ride from the other side of the classroom.

I earned my B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (1971), M.S. in Education from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (1980), and teaching credential in English as a Second Language from the University of California-Davis (1998). Now that I'm retired, I live with my husband in Sacramento, California, where I enjoy creative writing, design art quilts and experiment joyfully in mixed media collage (including wordplay).

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His typewriter sang to me.

A Ray Bradbury remembrance (1st tribute)

My summer on the tongue with Ray Bradbury

After years of reading the late Ray Bradbury's work, I heard his voice: a genuine melody of words and images tumbling in mid-air until they hit the ear just as they hit the page.
Kathleen L. Erlich

Kathleen L. Erlich

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