Kristen Hall-Geisler is a freelance automotive writer specializing in the future of transportation. If it drives itself, talks to traffic lights, and enables mobility for more people, she’s into it.

She’s been at the edge of this technology for more than a decade, with bylines in the New York Times, Popular Science, TechCrunch, How Stuff Works, Wired, and many more.


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Practical Fox is the home of Kristen’s autodidactic passion projects. Eventually, it will be the home of many people’s autodidactic passion projects. But in the meantime, while Practical Fox grows, you can find her work here.


Book Editing

Kristen has been editing nonfiction and historical fiction with the team of publishing experts at Indigo since 2012.

She’s helped dozens of authors make their books a reality, whether they choose to publish traditionally or self-publish their work.

Carsplaining puts the future of transportation in plain language.

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