Lisa Tulfer is a freelance writer and blogger. She specialises in nonfiction articles and web content – place writing and history are recurring themes. She is currently working on her first narrative nonfiction book, which explores her response to the (re)discovery of hidden places and artefacts.
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. Her design icons are the Singer hand-crank sewing machine, the Series I Land Rover and the Eames Universal Desk System. When not exploring ruins, she likes to cook, eat, listen to the radio, knit, and read whodunits.