Lula Flann, a devotee of head-turning ensembles and witty women, writes Cozy-Noir from her home in Portland’s Alberta Arts District. A mad sketcher of clothing inspirations since receiving a collection of paper doll templates, Lula is drawn to patterns that make for psychologically colorful characters as well as clever wardrobe creations.
Lula depends on her well-read book group to steer her to authors more contemporary than Eliot and James, Oregon’s landscape to lure her out backpacking or byway-riding and upon her fascinating wife to be ever open to the delights of loving an Enneagram 9.
Lula Flann is a chosen family name from women in my line, long past.
Here's to the ladies of yesterday, the readers of today, and of course, to the morrow.