Lisa Tulfer is a freelance writer and blogger. She specialises in nonfiction articles – place writing and history are recurring themes – and also writes reviews and occasional short fiction and poetry. She is currently working on her first narrative nonfiction book, which explores the history, folklore and medieval hilltop churches associated with St Michael the Archangel.
In 2021 Lisa joined the editorial board of Full House Literary Magazine as a submissions editor.
Apart from writing, Lisa’s interests include photography (especially mono), weaving, linocut printmaking, the landscape and humans’ relationship with it, the Three Hares and Green Man motifs, the ruins of medieval monasteries, and the history of how people lived and the houses they lived in. When not exploring buildings, she likes to cook, eat, listen to the radio, knit, and read (mainly nonfiction, Golden Age crime fiction, and literary magazines).