Read and listen to poetry written by Anne Casey and published in 2020 via the links below.
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Eight poems written and read by Anne Casey were filmed in 2019 and published on 3 January 2020 by University College Dublin Special Collections, part of the Irish Poetry Reading Archive at James Joyce Library in UCD, with special thanks to Ursula Byrne, Evelyn Flanagan and team. A handwritten, signed copy of each poem has also been included in the archive. The poetry readings can be viewed here:
‘After the worst’ and 'One fine day' were published inFrom the Ashesanthology in aid of Australian bushfire relief, edited by CS Hughes and published by Maximum Felix Media in February 2020.
'A letter from the Colonies' - a poem in the form of a letter, was published in leading national daily newspaper, The Irish Times on 2 March 2020, featuring in the paper's Most Read items (see end of article).
'In memoriam II: The draper', 'Come and find me', 'if i were to tell you', 'in a sunburnt country', 'Singularity', 'nothing happens in the burbs' and 'All Souls' - a video recording of Anne Casey reading at the 17 January 2020 Reading the River event was published in Rochford Street Review on 21 March 2020.
'Whisperings' won 1st Prize in the inaugural Published Fantasy Authors Competition and will be set to music by Australian composer, David Yardley for release on the music album “The Lost Codex of Avalon” featuring some of Australia’s finest musicians - announced on 29 March 2020.
'What's in a name' and 'Cross-stitched' were published in The Journal (The Australian-Irish Heritage Association of Western Australia) in March 2020.
An audio file 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.
'Either way, the fact remains' was awarded 3rd Prize in the International Proverse Poetry Prize (Hong Kong) and published in Mingled Voices 4 prize anthology (Proverse Publishing 2020).
'Season of Brigid' was shortlisted for The Plough Prize 2019 (UK), announced in April 2020. 'Signals by sea', 'Night traps' and 'When a woman I’ve never met asks me to post a photo of myself feeling beautiful' were longisted for The Plough Prize 2019 (UK).
'All Souls' was published in In Your Hands poetry anthology (The Red Room Company 2020).
'When a woman I've never met asks me to post a photo of myself feeling beautiful' was published in Australian Poetry Anthology Vol 8 in July 2020. This poem was longlisted for The Plough Prize 2019 (UK).
'Signals by sea' was published in Tahoma Literary Review, Summer, Issue 18 in August 2020. A sound recording of Anne Casey reading 'Signals by sea' was also 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).
A recording of 'She understood' was published on the Poetry Channel curated by Beltway Poetry Quarterly Managing Editor, Indran Amrithanayagam in October 2020. This poem was shortlisted for the ACU Prize for Poetry 2020.
'In the public interest' was published in Wrong Way Go Back anthology (Pure Slush 2020) in October 2020.
'out of emptied cups' poetry collection was selected for Wardrobe 'Best Dressed' by SAFTA (Sundress Academy for the Arts, curators of 'Best of the Net') in November 2020. 'PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS' was published by Sundress Publications in November 2020.
'Days like today' was published in Gill Stoker's Poems and Pictures in the Mary Evans Picture Library & Historical Archive (the UK’s leading specialist source for historical images and cinema).
'Pellucid dreaming' was published in Writing Water chapbook published by Red Room Poetry in November 2020 - as part of its launch, this book was distributed on Sydney Ferries.