Anne Casey reads her own work, ‘if i were to tell you’

Originally from west Clare and living in Sydney, Anne Casey is author of two poetry collections— out of emptied cups (Salmon Poetry 2019) and where the lost things go (Salmon Poetry 2017). Her poetry is widely published internationally— The Irish Poetry Reading Archive (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), The Stony Thursday Book, FourXFour, Westerly, Cordite, Verity La and Plumwood Mountain among others, and has won/shortlisted for awards in Ireland, Northern Ireland, the USA, the UK, Canada, Hong Kong and Australia.

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