She's also the author of http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920034292.do
I worked with her in a past life, she's great to work with, I'd recommend her for any team.
EDIT: Added link
NB: I personally also hate using the mouse.
Most tutorials for other programming languages simply go with a text editor of your choice + a console repl.
If you really want to evaluate stuff inline and get a more LISPian experience, use LightTable, not Emacs. But even then, I'd recommend against that. Use what you know.
I'm was quite grateful the terminal REPL (ghci) is better than `lein repl`. Which I use (Emacs vs. term) in what circumstance depends in part on how long I'm going to be heads down on the problem I'm working on.
Because Emacs is the best Lisp editing environment, hands down.
You're looking for Seven Languages in Seven Weeks
BTW, I have been reading through Carin's (still beta) book Living Clojure - also recommended.