Elizabeth Kerlikowske wore Go-go boots and danced in a cage during high school. Later, she was a hippie then a feminist. Somehow she became a poet, wife, mother, professor and then visual artist. She can’t keep her hands out of things. She is the president of Friends of Poetry, a nonprofit dedicated to bringing people and poetry together. Twilight, Big Mosquito Lake is a tribute to her dad, who always insisted they drink gin and tonic in the summer.