Award-winning poet and writer
'Anne Casey: My Writing Day' was published in my (small press) writing day on 10 July 2019.
'Always from there' - an article by Anne Casey was published in print in The Irish Times Magazine on 6 July 2019. This article was also published in The Irish Times online under the title "In Australia I’m regarded as Irish, but in Ireland I’m ‘not from here’" on 6 July 2019, when it featured in the Top 5 Most Read items in the newspaper. It was also published on the Wild Geese Irish cultural network in August 2019, featuring on the front page, under the title An uneasy haflway - where am I really from?,
It's easier to write a hard truth than to speak it - US poet and writer Maggie Smith in conversation with Anne Casey on what makes their writing tick - published in The Irish Times newspaper on 24 June 2019.
Valentine’s Day: Impress them with these love poems - published in The Irish Times newspaper on 14 February 2019, this article features contributions from leading Irish poets such as Michael Longley and Pat Boran. It includes a piece written by Anne Casey.
Secrets, lies and home truths (includes one poem) was published in Verity La Magazine in May 2018 and subsequently published under the title Marked women, unmarked graves and my typical Irish childhood in leading Irish national daily newspaper, The Irish Times, also in May 2018. The story reached No 5 Most-Read across all categories in the newspaper. This article was also published in the Diamond Jubilee (60th Anniversary) Edition of the Clare AssociationYearbook in 2019.
I barely recognise my hometown (includes two poems) No 1 most-read article overall in The Irish Times, over the weekend it was published in August 2017. Resulted in significant social media commentary. Republished under the title "When distance becomes your enemy" in The Irish Echo, Australia's Irish newspaper, in September 2017. Republished in The Clare Association Yearbook 2018.
The Lock Up (includes one poem) No 1 most-read feature and No 3 most-read piece overall in The Irish Times newspaper over the weekend it was published in May 2017. Subsequently published on the Wild Geese diaspora network under the title Confronting the Dark Side of the Irish Down Under, where it also reached No 1 most-read and featured under Top Content. This article was also published in FemAsia Magazine in August 2019 under the title Confronting the Dark Side of the Irish Down Under. This article was also published in the Diamond Jubilee (60th Anniversary) Edition of the Clare Association Yearbook in 2019.
My Mum would ask "Would you ever think of coming home?" (includes one poem) Fifth most-read piece overall in The Irish Times newspaper on the day of its publication in January 2016. Resulted in a furore of social media commentary.