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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Tablets for prisoners

Seems like a sensible concept. Maintaining links with their friends and family, I'm thinking of incarcerated parents in particular,...

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Escher, mathematician or artist?

I never really thought of Escher as an artist I always associated him mathematics, his work was on the wall in the maths department in...

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Journey to a debut poetry collection

I wrote this post last year and have had a few people ask where to find it, so here is a link. It gives some advice on the process of...

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Facebook launches author tags

You might have already noticed these author tags after you've clicked through to an article shared on Facebook. What they essentially do...

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Beware Referral Key

Like Frank Eybsen, I was guilty of accidentally spamming all of my Linkedin contacts yesterday with invites to join Referral Key. I wish...

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Interview with Raymond Cauchetier

Sometimes being half French takes you to strange places. A few weeks ago I found myself on Savile Row interviewing Raymond Cauchetier,...

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The Greek bailout is being crowdfunded

Rather ambitiously, an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign has been set up to raise money for Greece. With rewards ranging from Feta Salad,...

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Jacques Necker as a charlatan

Just a quick blog highlighting two satirical prints of Necker....

I have a bit of a twisted fascination for Revolutionary characters that suffer a dramatic downfall after a large amount of popularity....…

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Nominations open for Guardian First Book Award

Nominations are now open for the Reader's Choice, and it's very easy to nominate: simply comment below the article explaining why a...

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