This ESP8266-based board is a good choice for running the ESP8266 version of uLisp; see Lisp for the ESP8266. It includes a 0.96" 128x64 OLED I2C display and a holder for a 18650 battery:
It's available from Banggood here:
To upload uLisp from the Arduino IDE choose the WeMos D1 R2 & mini option from the Boards menu.
You can write to the display using I2C commands, but note that on this board SDA and SCL are swapped around and connect to D1 (pin 5) and D2 (pin 4) respectively, so you need to edit the file
#define PIN_WIRE_SDA (5)
#define PIN_WIRE_SCL (4)
I hope to make a version of my Tiny Lisp Computer 2 that runs on this board.