Dana Goodyear, the famed New Yorker writer and SoCal resident, is a fellow journalist and poet, a very distant member of the same prose tribe. When I read her work, I get jazzed with her attention to detail as evidence of her poetess tendencies. Here is a great example, and a close- to-home story, on mountain lions in Los Angeles. I have many fond memories of the "ghost cats" in the Santa Monica Mountains. Enjoy reading this!