Kristin Prevallet
Scratch Sides:
Poetry, Documentation, and Image-Text Projects

77 pages
  Scratch Sides is Kristin Prevallet’s first book since Perturbation, My
Sister: A Study of Max Ernst’s Hundred Headless Women
(First Intensity
Press, 1997). She co-edited the literary magazine apex of the M and worked
in the Poetry/Rare Books Collection at the University of Buffalo where she
catalogued the papers of Helen Adam. Her work appears in small journals
nationwide. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

"Kristin Prevallet’s work presents a distinctly modern witchery," writes
Mark Wallace, "a series of spells and counterspells designed to drive us
from complacency with a paradoxically generous black magic."