Living Published Women Poets in the UK
Claire Trévien
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Claire Trévien is a Franco-British poet residing in the Midlands. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Warwick on the French Revolution. Her writing has been published in a variety of literary magazines including Under The Radar, Poetry Salzburg Review, Ink Sweat & Tears, The Warwick Review, Nth PositionFuselit, and on a cake with The Poetry Digest. She is the founder of Sabotage Reviews (http://sabotagereviews.com).


The Shipwrecked House (Penned in the Margins, 2013).

Low-Tide Lottery (Salt 2011).

Patterns of Decay (Silkworms Ink, 2011).


Lung Jazz: The Oxfam book of Younger British Poets, ed. Todd Swift (Cinnamon Press, Spring 2012)

Birdbook II: Freshwater habitats (Sidekick Books, Spring 2012).

Coin Opera II (Sidekick Books, forthcoming 2012).

Adventures in Form (Penned in the Margins, 2012).

Pod and More Small Fiction (Leaf Books, 2011).

Dove Release: New Flights and Voices (Worple Press, 2010).

The Ground Beneath Her Feet (Cinnamon Press, 2008).

Outbox and Other Poems (Leaf Books, 2006).

“This is fresh, exuberant, intellectually serious poetry, enriched by a French passport and a French library” — Katy Evans-Bush

“What I never expect, but what I found in Claire Trevien’s work, is a voice already so mature and refined it reads like a previously untranslated classic rather than a debut. These are serious, visually stunning poems of nationality, history and memory, but they’re personal and generous in their wit, as formally innovative as they are endlessly engaged and engaging. Reading them is like spending an hour in the company of someone you secretly admire.” — Luke Kennard

Claire Trévien’s Website

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