“For the inside view, check out musician Elisabeth Hobbs. It’s a scorching read.” Richard Morrison, The Times, 20 April 2012
Elisabeth has published widely as a writer, editor and researcher in fields ranging from music, entrepreneurship, and sustainability through to the history of cartography.
She is the editor of PAN, the Journal of the British Flute Society, and associate editor of the IRIS annual, a magazine for student classicists. She was a consulting editor for the seminal cartographic publication, Tooley’s Dictionary of Mapmakers, and a contributor to the Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Elisabeth is the author of Live and Work in Australia and New Zealand, Live and Work in Japan, The Directory of Jobs and Careers Abroad, and Working with the Environment.
Elisabeth’s freelance writing covers subjects from music to the environment. She has written CD sleeve notes for RCA Red Seal, programme notes for the Queen Elizabeth and Wigmore Halls, and even scripted a video presentation for John Cleese. She blogs on contemporary fiction at Folio Reviews.