Lisa is co-editor with Professor Max Saunders of the digital publication Ego Media: life writing and online affordances (Stanford University Press, 2023). She has contributed a chapter – ‘Digital Editions: rethinking how we preserve, present and explore literary correspondences’ – to the Routledge Companion to Literary Media (August 2023).
She leads the Discovering Creative Practice modules on the University’s new Digital Media and Communications BA.
Lisa is currently co-editing William Hayley: A Biographer’s Influence on Long Eighteenth-Century Life Writing Networks for Palgrave Studies in Life Writing with Mark Crosby, and the pilot edition of her digital project, A Museum of Relationships: the correspondence of William Hayley 1745–1820, can be accessed at https://amor.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk.
In her previous role as Research Fellow in Future Thinking, Lisa worked with Max developing a network and project(s) exploring different modes of thinking about the future. She was Programme Director and editor for the first set of FUTURES essays, Associate Research Fellow at the Centre for Life-Writing Research at King’s College, London, and External Research Consultant on the Hayley Papers at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
As Lead associate director of Furner Communications, she has been facilitating the Health Foundation’s Inclusion Panel. She is also a trustee of Mainspring Arts, a charity that works across artforms to support neurodivergent artists and celebrate neurodivergent creativity, and online facilitator for HSM Advisory.
Lisa is the author of Stage Mum and Friends: Why Men and Women are from the Same Planet, and the editor of Bricks Without Mortar: the selected poems of Hartley Coleridge and is a regular judge for the New Media Writing Prize