Lisa self-published her first book when she was twelve years old. She typed the story on a manual typewriter, illustrated it with crayon and pen, sewed the binding on her mother’s sewing machine, and bound the pages between two pieces of cardboard covered in red feed-sack material with white polka dots.
Now, Lisa is the owner of Stumptown Publishing, LLC, a creative press and studio founded in 2007. She published Two-Lane Livin’ Magazine for ten years and now writes online at Two-Lane Renaissance. She is a featured columnist in The Trader’s Guide, and is the author of several books, an artist, a gardener, and a homesteader.