Read and listen to poetry written by Anne Casey and published in 2019 via the links below.
Journals, magazines, newspapers ETc:
'bull market'was published in Panoply Literary Zine, Issue 11, Winter 2018-2019 on 4 January 2019.
'In Memoriam II: The draper' was published in Gill Stoker's Poems and Pictures at the Mary Evans Picture Library & Historical Archive (the UK’s leading specialist source for historical images and cinema) on 11 January 2019. This poem was first published in leading national daily newspaper, The Irish Times, in December 2016 and has since been republished internationally several times.
'Whisperings' was selected by Willoughby Council, New South Wales (Australia) for inclusion in the program for the Bush Poetry and Music event at Henry Lawson Cave in Sydney on 24 February 2019. This poem won 1st Prize in the Henry Lawson Verse & Short Story Competition 2018 - Traditional Verse.
'Quiet unto the void' was published in Visual Verse: An Anthology of Art and Words Volume 6, Chapter 4 in February 2019.
'Between ebb and flow' was included as an audio recording in the 'A Deeper Country' curation of the Poetry Jukebox by curators, Maria McManus and Tade Ipadeola in February 2019.
'Portrait of a woman walking home', 'Drive-through nation', 'Three hours to midnight', 'Vivid dreaming', 'I will arise and go' and 'in their scores, by sixes and sevens' were published in Live Encounters March 2019.
'All Souls' was published in the February/March issue of Scopemagazine (Fellowship of Australian Writers Queensland). This poem was Highly Commended in the Fellowship of Australian Writers Queensland Literary Competition 2018, a finalist in the Summer Literary Series 2018 Fiction & Poetry Contest (Canada) and was longlisted for the Bedford International Writing Competition 2018 (UK).
'out of a thousand cups', 'singularity', 'Need to know' and 'to be at once within & outside of oneself' were published in FourXFour Journal, Issue 28 (Poetry Northern Ireland) on 21 March 2019, when Anne Casey was a feature poet for World Poetry Day.
'Wayfare' was featured on The Poetry Wall at the Exchange, Nicholas Street in Limerick city, Ireland for April - Poetry Month 2019 - as part of a Limerick Writers' Centre poetry in public places initiative supported by Quay Books and Limerick City and County Council.
Recordings of ' Category four' and 'Leonora is grieving' were 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.
'where once I saw her dance', a lyrical lament for the Great Barrier Reef, was presented as part of The Monologue Adventure 2019 curated by Lliane Clarke, with professional performances in Sydney on 12-13 May 2019.
'Still I Rise', 'Category Four', 'Breaking winter’s spell', 'You’ll never walk alone', 'What’s in a name?' and 'Cross-stitched' were published in the Diamond Jubilee (60th Anniversary) Edition of the Clare Association Yearbook in 2019.
'sideshow' was shortlisted for the Bangor Forty Words Competition and published in the Bangor Literary Journal, Issue 9 in August 2019.
'I will arise and go' was published on The Wild Geese, Irish cultural network and featured on the front page in August 2019.
'Out of the mouths of babes' was published in The Darg(The Poets' Republic 2019), an anthology to mark the centenary of Scottish poet, songwriter and political campaigner, Hamish Henderson, which was launched on 14 August 2019 at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
'where once she danced' won 2nd Place and was Highly Commended in the Planet in Peril Poetry Competition (UK). This poem was published in the 'Planet in Peril' anthology - a joint initiative of Fly on the Wall Poetry Press; World Wildlife Fund; The Climate Coalition; Dr Michelle Cain (Oxford University); former Derbyshire Poet Laureate, Helen Mort; and wildlife photographer, Emily Gellard.
'Nowhere people' was published as part of a Friday Feature on Anne Casey by Irish Women Abroad on 7 September 2019.
'For all the #MeToos' and 'Fuzzy borders' were published inPink Coverzine Issue 5 in September 2019.
"Recipe for a Giant Pickle' was published as a limited edition signed poster by Garden Lounge creative space and was featured as part of the 'Going Home' art exhibition at Articulate Project Space in Sydney in November/December 2019. Anne Casey was selected to perform 'Recipe for a Giant Pickle' as part of the Remembrance Day for Lost Species at Articulate Project Space on 30 September 2019.
'Snow day' was published in print in The Irish Times Magazine and online in The Irish Times newspaper on 21 December (see end of article entitled 'The last Christmas I spent in Ireland was 12 years ago').
'Snow day' was published in was published in Gill Stoker's Poems and Pictures at the Mary Evans Picture Library & Historical Archive (the UK’s leading specialist source for historical images and cinema) on 27 December 2019.