Lulah Ellender’s first book, Elisabeth’s Lists, was published by Granta in 2018 and her second, Grounding: Finding home in a garden, will also be published by Granta, in April 2022.
Lulah teaches life-writing on the Creative Writing Programme in Brighton, and gives regular talks on writing and her work. In 2019 she took part in a symposium at the Oxford Center for Life Writing, and she delivers non-fiction craft workshops for a range of organisations. Her work has appeared in publications including The Guardian, YOU Magazine, a/b Auto/Biography Studies and Sussex Life; and online at granta.com, The Junket and Caught By The River. She will be Writer in Residence at Charleston’s Festival of the Garden 2021 and at the Wealden Literary Festival 2021.
She lives in Lewes, East Sussex with her husband, four children and various animals.
Genres: Memoir, Non-Fiction
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