Originally from west Clare in Ireland, and living in Sydney,
Australia, Anne Casey is an award-winning poet and writer, and
author of two previous, critically acclaimed poetry
collections--where the lost things go (Salmon Poetry, 2017) 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. Senior Poetry Editor of Other Terrain and Backstory
literary journals (Swinburne University, Melbourne) from 2017-2020,
she serves on numerous literary advisory boards. Anne's writing and
poetry are widely published internationally and rank in The Irish
Times newspaper's Most-Read.
She has won/shortlisted for poetry prizes in Ireland, Northern Ireland, the USA, the UK, Canada, Hong Kong and Australia.
Anne passionately believes that every poem, like all art, should leave us changed by the experience. Her poems feature internationally in newspapers, magazines, journals, anthologies, broadcasts, podcasts, music albums, stage shows and art exhibitions.
She holds a Law Degree from University College Dublin and qualifications in Media Communications from Dublin Institute of Technology (Technological University Dublin). She is the recipient of an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship for her PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Technology Sydney.
Website: anne-casey.com Social Media: @1annecasey