A poetic letter by Anne Casey was published in 'The Lost Letters of Flann O'Brien' (The Pen and Pencil Gallery 2021) in January 2021, produced by Professor Gerry Smyth, Liverpool John Moores University, and edited by Gerry McGowan and Andrew Sherlock.
A video reading of 'Come and find me' was included in the international vigilled by Fr Gerry O'Connor on 27 February 2021, appealing for the safe return of Irishman, Richard O'Halloran who is detained in China.
'Singularity', 'How to survive and apocalypse' and 'Suggestions for living, a cento' were featured in Damien Donnelly's Eat the Storms podcast on 20 March 2021.
'I will arise and go' was read as part of the official Australian Citizenship Ceremony at the Sydney St Patrick's Day Festival 2021, presided over by Senator Deborah O'Neill on 21 March 2021. The poem was also printed in the official program for the ceremony.
'Either way, the fact remains' was published as a filmpoem by Unheard Poetry (UK) in April 2021. This poem won 3rd Prize in the International Proverse Poetry Prize 2019 (Hong Kong) and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize 2021 by Beltway Poetry Quarterly.
'In memoriam II: The draper'was featured as Poem of the Day on 7 April 2021 by Irish actor and musician, Davóg Rynne as part of his reading series.
'Singularity' and 'Pellucid dreaming' were published in English, with translation into Serbian in Anthology Serbia 2021: World Poets, edited by Marija Najthefer Popov, in April 2021.
'She understood' was published in Surviving Suicide international poetry anthology, edited by Dean Staltham, with foreword by Carlotta Allum, produced by Yuyutsu Sharm for Nirala Publications, in April 2021.
'Night traps' won 1st Place in the International Proverse Poetry Prize 2020 and was published in Mingled Voices 5: International Proverse Poetry Prize Anthology 2020 (Proverse Hong Kong 2021) in April 2021. A video of Anne Casey reading 'Night traps' was featured at the awards ceremony in Hong Kong in April 2021. View the full awards ceremony here.
A video reading of 'Where gulls cry' was featured as part of the Poetry is Borderless poetry and music production to celebrate Poetry Day Ireland, which was curated by Amy Barry and released on 29 April 2021.
'Prayer-fish' was published in Crosswinds in April 2021. This poem won 2nd Prize in the Crosswinds Poetry Contest 2020 (USA).
'Calling my mother' was published in the Bedford Writing Competition 2020 Anthology in April 2021. This poem was shortlisted in the Bedford Writing Competition 2020 (UK).
'Pellucid dreaming', 'When a woman I've never met asks me to post a photo of myself feeling beautiful' and 'Past the slip' were published in unfurl journal on 3 May 2021.