Originally from the west of Ireland and living in Sydney, Anne Casey is an award-winning poet and author of two critically acclaimed poetry collections – where the lost things go (Salmon Poetry 2017, 2nd ed. 2018) and out of emptied cups (Salmon Poetry 2019). She has worked for 30 years as a journalist, magazine editor, media communications director and legal author.
Anne’s writing and poetry rank in leading national daily newspaper, The Irish Times’ Most Read and feature internationally in newspapers, magazines, journals, anthologies, broadcasts, podcasts, music albums, stage shows and art exhibitions – The Irish Poetry Reading Archive (James Joyce Library, University College Dublin), The Irish Times, The Canberra Times, Quiddity, Entropy, apt, The Murmur House, Barzakh (State University of New York), DASH (California State University), FourXFour (Poetry Northern Ireland), Westerly Magazine, Cordite, Verity La and Plumwood Mountain Review among many others.
Anne’s poetry has won/shortlisted for awards in Ireland, Northern Ireland, the USA, the UK, Canada, Hong Kong and Australia. Senior Poetry Editor of Other Terrain Journal and Backstory Journal (Swinburne University, Melbourne) from 2017 to 2020, she serves on numerous literary advisory boards. She holds a Law Degree from University College Dublin and qualifications in Media Communications.