Celebrating the poetry of Chloe Meakin
Welcome to Aslan Tree, a page dedicated to the poetry of Chloe Meakin. 

Hailed as an "exciting new voice", Chloe's work has featured in poetry magazines
Fire, Tears In The Fence, Acid Angel, Brando's Hat, Poetry Monthly, Links and The Reater, as well as numerous books and anthologies.  In 1996 she was shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Poetry Prize.

Her work is highly visual and occasionally experimental, but always with a grounding in the emotional.  After looking around the site I'm sure you'll agree that she really is a poet for the 21st century.

Here, we hope to bring you the latest from the pen of this exciting young poet, as well as news and reviews of her work.

Thank you for visiting
Aslan Tree.  Please sign the guestbook before you leave!
Winter 2001/02:
Wave 1:

The Makings of Sally Bowles
Playing At Leaving
Why Are You The Only One Saved?
Wave 2:

Our Poisoned Tree
Old Flames Burn
Managing Midnight
If I Should Fall From Grace
One Piece
Wave 3:

The Burnt Down

Liverpool Street
Teenage Whore
Boys Through The Water
Two Weeks Before Your Wedding
Once Awakening
Lost Past Episode
"I wonder if my heart and I can become such a thing ..."
Summer 2002:
Wave 4:

My Heart And The String
How I Came To Hate Bungalows
Nothing Important Happened Today
The Girl's Nobody