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Read, watch, listen to and find poetry written by Anne Casey and published in 2022 via the links below.


Journals, magazines, newspapers ETc:


  • 'I' was published in 'The Alphabet of Women'  poetry anthology, edited by Miriam Hechtman and released by Ginninderra Press on 1 January 2022.
  • 'Stations of the Cross' was published in the 'Guide to Sydney Crime'  poetry and photography anthology, edited by Les Wicks and released by Meuse Press on 3 January 2022.
  • ‘Pellucid dreaming’ and ‘Coastal descant’ were published in World Poetry Tree  international poetry anthology, edited by Adel Khozam and launched as part of EXPO 2020 Dubai, by the UAE Minister of Culture and Youth, on 27 January 2022.
  • 'On the eve of All Hallow’s Eve’  was published in Cordite Poetry Review, Issue 104: Kin (guest edited by Elfie Shiosaki) in February 2022. This poem derives from PhD research into 'The Second-Wave Impact in Australia of the Great Irish Famine' at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), funded by an Australian Government Research Training Scholarship.
  • Vestigial imprint’, ‘Hold fast to dreams’, ‘Making up the end’, ‘Dichotomy’, ‘A song for all the lost days’ and ‘Exhibit A’  were published in Dodging the Rain  journal in February 2022.
  • 'Of being', a poem by Anne Casey, together with an essay responding to the work of leading Australian contemporary artist, Janet Laurence and commissioned by Mosman Art Gallery were published in Destination Sydney: The Natural World  commemorative book for the Destination Sydney art exhibition at Mosman Art Gallery, Manly Art Gallery & Museum and the National Trust  S.H. Ervin Gallery as part of Sydney Festival 2022.
  • 'It is the first of winter'  was awarded 2nd Prize in the New York Encounter Poetry Contest 2022  and was published as part of the prize awards at the annual New York Encounter cultural conference at Metropolitan Pavilion, New York City in February 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.
  • A reading by Anne Casey of her diaspora poem 'I will arise and go' was featured as part of a special message by Consul General Rosie Keane and Prime Minister of Ireland, An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin to commemorate Ireland's 100 years of freedom as a democratic State on St Patrick's Day 2022. This video  was released by the Consulate General of Ireland, New South Wales on 17 March 2022.
  • 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.
  • 'I will arise and go' was published in the Australian Citizenship Ceremony Program for conferral of new Australian citizens on 17 and 20 March 2022.
  • 'Encomium boronia granitica' was published in Science Write Now,  Edition 6, March 2022.
  • 'The BBC reports'  was published in the March 2022 issue of The Journal,  the official publication of the Australian Irish Heritage Association.
  • A reading of 'Observance'  was published by the Museum of Literature Ireland  as part of a curation from the Irish Poetry Reading Archive  at Special Collections in the James Joyce Library, University College Dublin.
  • Readings of 'Pellucid dreaming''Season of Brigid'  and 'I will arise and go'  were published in April 2022 as part of  the Decameron Archive on The Perp Walk, a collection of 610 poems by 266 poets curated by renowned Irish poet, writer and editor, Eamon Mag Uidhir during 2020-2022 as a source of support and inspiration during the COVID crisis.
  • 'Like Hesperus o'er the western sea'  was published in Belfield Literary Review  (University College Dublin), Spring Issue:  "The Long Journey" in May 2022.



Internationally award-winning poet and writer