Anne Casey

Anne Casey lives in Sydney. She is poetry editor for Other Terrain and Backstory journals (Swinburne University). Her writing and poetry rank as most-read pieces in leading Irish daily newspaper, The Irish Times. In 2017, Salmon Poetry published her poetry collection, where the lost things go, she won the Glen Phillips Novice Writer Award and was short-listed for the CĂșirt International Poetry Prize, Eyewear Books Poetry Prize and the Bedford International Writing Competition.

nothing happens in the burbs

we lay in bed talking about nothing till two came stomping up the stairs raging on about nothing one hot on his heels what did you do to him? nothing! after breakfast you put music on Adele, Sam Cooke, Joe …

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