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Author, writing coach, and integral manuscript editor

Blending editorial precision with compassionate coaching. Let’s not only refine your manuscript but also nurture your writing process and scholarly journey.

K is a widely published author with a PhD in philosophy; she offers private coaching and editing sessions with a keen eye for structural, grammatical, intuitive, and conceptual feedback. She also offers online courses in trance writing and oracular time management.  

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With over 20 years of experience, Dr. KPrevallet has meticulously edited groundbreaking literary books, research papers, monographs, and scholarly anthologies. Her attention to both the details and the conceptual frame of the work transforms complex manuscripts into polished, poetic, impactful works. Passionate about advancing knowledge through precise yet poetically elegant prose, Dr. Prevallet holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy and has worked with renowned professors, award winning poets, PhD candidates, and emerging scholars. Dr. Prevallet believes that academic excellence extends beyond the written word; she empowers authors to thrive holistically—overcoming blocks in output and creativity as well as helping with procrastination and project management.

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KPrevallet (MA, PhD)’s scholarship has been widely published in a variety of literary and academic venues including:

Other Influences: Essays on Feminist Avant-garde Poetic Lineages edited by Marcella Durand and Jennifer Firestone (MIT press).

The Body In Language edited by Edwin Torres (Counterpath Press).

We Drown Our Book: Conceptual Writing By Women edited by Laynie Brown et al (University of Iowa Press).

A Helen Adam Reader (National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine Press)

Third Mind: Creative Writing Through Visual Art, a collection of works about teaching into the space between image and language edited by Kristin Prevallet and Tonya Foster (Teachers & Writer’s Collaborative).

“The Worm Queen Emerges: Helen Adam and the Forgotten Ballad Tradition” in Girls Who Wore Black: Women Writing the Beat Generation, edited by Ronna Johnson and Nancy Grace. Rutgers University Press.

“One Among Rubble: George Oppen and World War II.” Thinking Poetics: Essays on George Oppen. Edited by Steve Shoemaker. University of Alabama Press.


She has received residencies, awards, and honors from:

New York Foundation for the Arts, PEN America, Naropa University, The Millay Colony, Spalding University, and the Centre International de Poésie, Marseille. 


She has taught workshops and led retreats for art spaces and institutions including: The New School, Bard College, Naropa University, The Guggenheim Museum, Poet's House, The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church, Intermedia Lab|Station Hill Press, and the Belladonna Collaborative.


Recent publications include essays, interviews, and thought experiments in:

Guernica, American Poetry Review, The Brooklyn Rail, LIT, Jacket2, Forecast: Analogue Predictions;

I highly recommend KPrevallet's manuscript services. K provided clarity and order that allowed my poems to unfold in a sequence that I hadn't considered before. There are not many people who I trust to edit a manuscript in progress, that takes an ally with patience and gentleness to help a poet at this vulnerable stage, especially  in the field of  experimental poetry, but you can trust Kristin, an astute editor and brilliant poet, to have the best interests of your work in mind.

Brenda Coultas

Author of The Writing of an Hour, Wesleyan University press, 2022.

Morgan James, NY

K provides a conceptual approach and a set of customizable and inspiring tools with abundant intelligence - the kind I want to turn to again and again. 

LRusso, author of The Verdant, WINNER 2023 Halcyon Poetry Award

Lisa Driver, MI

Thank you the support and creativity over the last year and half. I'm grateful for what I have learned from you and for your help in moving this book project towards completion. Also, more generally, for giving me a broader sense of possibility. 

Dr. Joshua Moses, author of Anxious Experts: Disaster Response and Spiritual Care from 9/11 to the Climate Crisis, University of Pennsylvania.

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