An interview with Anne Casey about her doctoral research into daughters of Irish famine immigrants to Australian by Australian Broadcasting (ABC) Corporation presenter, Richard Glover was featured on the 'Drive' program on ABC Radio Sydney on 26 July 2023. This research is being conducted at the University of Technology Sydney with funding from the Australian Government.
An interview and poetry reading with Anne Casey by Pat Flynn was featured on Atlantic Tales on Clare FM Radio in Ireland on 28 June 2023.
Poetry readings and an interview with Anne Casey were featured on on Rattlecast #195 hosted by Timothy Green, Managing Editor of Rattle magazine on 22 May (US EST). Listen on SoundCloud, iTunes and mp3.
A reading by Anne Casey of her poem 'I' was broadcast on Eastside 89.7 FM Radio as part of an interview with Miriam Hechtman, editor of 'The Alphabet of Women' poetry anthology on 21 March 2022.
'Suggestions for living' read by Anne Casey was published in the Break The Bias audio anthology produced by Colin Dardis at Rancid Idol Productions to celebrate International Women's Day on 8 March 2022.
An audio recording of Anne Casey reading 'Signals by sea' was published by Tahoma Literary Review in August 2020. This poem was a Finalist and Commended in the 45th Annual Melbourne Poets Union International Poetry Prize 2019 and was longlisted for The Plough Prize 2019 (UK).
An audio recording of Anne Casey reading her award-winning poem 'if i were to tell you' was published, with introduction by Angela Dye, in The Blue Nib Literary Magazine as part of the Inkpods series on 5 April 2020.
A reading of 'burnt offerings' was recorded by multi-award-winning Australian poet, filmmaker and actor, Richard James Allen and published on Richard Reads.
Sound recordings of Anne Casey reading 'This is not a drill', 'In memoriam II: The draper', 'Credos', 'Nowhere people' and 'Homing' were included in a podcast interview with James Linnane on Linnpods in January 2020.
Sound recordings of Anne Casey reading 'All Souls' and 'if i were to tell you' were published in unfurl Issue 1 in January 2020.
'I will arise and go' was featured on Gangani Poetry Hour in France - read by host, Dabhog Rynne on 3 November 2019 (starts around 26 minutes in).
A reading by Anne Casey of her award-winning poem 'if i were to tell you' was featured in The Blue Nib 'The Ink Pods' podcast on 24 September 2019 (starts at approx. 4.45 mins in).
Category four - award-winning poem by Anne Casey featured on Poetry M'App as part of LabelLit curated by Maria McManus to celebrate Poetry Day Ireland in May 2019 - with support from Poetry Ireland and Arts Council Northern Ireland. The project features recordings of 50 poets on 5 continents reading their poetry.