Claire Trévien

Poetry, Marketing, History and other oddities

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Claire Trévien is the Social Media and Marketing Manager at Passle. She is also a poet (see clairetrevien.co.uk) and a cultural historian (see clairetrevien.com). This blog is a mishmash of these interests.

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5 literary vlog adaptations you should watch

Literary adaptations into other media is nothing new, but the direction it has taken in the last few years on youtube is something...

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Rules of the (Poetry) Game

I've lost count of the number of blog posts, articles or Facebook posts pleading for poetry to be more accessible, to reach out to a...

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Poetry has value

Over on Poetry has Value poet Jessica Piazza is curating some fascinating thoughts on the topic of paid markets in poetry, as well as...

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Poetry meets Battle Royale?

Some exciting projects are getting funded by the Poetry School. The one I'm most excited about has to be Kirsten Irving's project to...

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Facebook Encourages Content Marketing

Yet another incentive to sharpen your blogging skills. A change of rules with Facebook would suggest that if you still want to market...

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The Rise of Smarketing

There is a lot of good sense in this article, which emphasizes the importance of sales and marketing working together to achieve best...

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$750k a day for Snapchat ads?

This seems like an ambitious step for Snapchat, though it reflects a wider movement towards the commodification of social media...

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Welcome to Disposable Lit

I wrote about the Bored Baker recently, inserting haiku in supermarket cookie packets. A more deliberate act of public writing has...

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What's content curation and do I need to do it?

A common error made by businesses starting to use social media is to only tweet about themselves. This is understandable, but it...

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Replacing Adverts with Pictures of Puppies

Some of these tips and tricks to make the most of social media are not that revolutionary (i.e seeing all the tweets you've...

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Causette décevante

Malheureusement, même les publications les plus féministes ne sont pas parfaites, surtout quand il s'agit de trans. Cet article...

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History is fading in London

I really appreciate the way in which the British Library is constantly finding ways to preserve objects long beyond their format works....

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Oxford is a world-class digital destination

Passle is one of many exciting tech startups flourishing in the city, and it's great to see initiatives like Digital Oxford recognizing...

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Recycling Books into Art

I absolutely love this act of palimpsest and would very much like to see it in the flesh. There is something quite fascinating about...

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Caravaggio up to scratch?

Mrs Justice Rose held that Sotheby's were entitled to rely on the connoisseurship and expertise of their specialists who had examined...

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Unexpected Poem in Bagging Area

I thought at the time that this was a great example of 'guerilla' poetry, i.e distributing poetry in places where it's least expected....

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That TLS blog on poets winning prizes...

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Isn’t this the sort of thing a journalist, even an arts journalist, ought to find curious? – that a judge of a poetry competition could...…

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Abdelkrim Branine on #jenesuispasCharlie

I agree completely with Abdelkrim Branine, chief editor at Beur FM, who was interviewed on Le Monde yesterday about the aftermath of...

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David Harsent: the Thriller Poet

Whatever your feelings are about David Harsent's recent success at the TS Eliot Prize, I think this is a rather enjoyable interview. I...

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25 Writing Opportunities for Emerging Writers

I do dislike the term 'emerging', it conjures up rather disturbing images, but if you identify with the term in principle, then you...

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In favour of attending shows alone

Beyond the depressing (as usual) stats for poetry readership in this article, I found that last reason for not attending a show 'could...

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Golden Globes to Baked Beans: Hugh Grant Treads the Boards with Actors with Learning Disabilities

The golden dust settles after yesterday’s Golden Globe Awards, a day on which The Guardian quietly published a news item about a past...

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