Anne reads her poem, 'All Souls' (which was Highly Commended in the Fellowship of Australian Writers Queensland Literary Competition 2018, a finalist in the Summer Literary Series 2018 Poetry Contest (Canada) and longlisted in the Bedford International Writing Competition 2018 (UK). This is the poem from which her collection, 'out of emptied cups' (Salmon Poetry 2019) derives its title, in the last few lines. This reading is from the Melbourne launch of the book, hosted by Girls on Key.
Anne reads her poem 'For all the '#MeToos' (which was noted by Martina Evans in herIrish Times review) from 'out of emptied cups' (Salmon Poetry 2019) at the Sydney launch of the book.
Anne recites her award-winning poem 'if i were to tell you' at the Sydney launch of her second poetry collection 'out of emptied cups' at Better Read Than Dead Books in Sydney on 3 August 2019.
Australian artist, Jane Theau recites Anne Casey's poems, "What's in a name?" and "Two frightened mice" against the backdrop of Jane's stunning thread and shadow artwork entitled 'Falling'. The art and poetry installation is a collaboration as part of the Stitched Up art exhibition at the Lock Up & Timeless Textiles Gallery in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. The full collection of 20 pieces, together with the story behind it, was also published by Swinburne University in text and audio.
Three poems featured in Kevin Bateman's Where Love Meets the Waves podcast in July 2017, reaching 11,000+ viewers - watch on Periscopeor YouTube.
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.