Come and See Me

Hey people, summer is coming to an end, which for someone who doesn't go to work during in the summer means an actual change in how I'm living, and I wanted to give you an update on where I'll be throughout the Autumn/Early Winter while I'm still aware of who I am! If you want... Continue Reading →

#Brum30Under30

Hey gang, what’s good? Im back to tell you about an amazing accolade I’ve received recently. So… Last month I was privileged enough to be named as one of Birmingham’s 30 under 30 (#Brum30Under30) by the Birmingham Mail/Birmingham Live. Now you might be thinking, what does that mean? Well, Birmingham Live described the 30 Under 30... Continue Reading →

BBC Three

This is just a quick note to those of you who have missed a great opportunity that I had recently, to bring new life to some older pieces. I was invited by BBC Three to work with a great team of content developers and create videos for two of my poems. We decided that the... Continue Reading →

Black Country Broadsheet Project

As some of you will be aware already, I have recently joined forces with team of super-poets, from and/or based in and around the Black Country area. For those who have been unaware to this point, we're basically like the Avengers, but doing poetry (I'm Thor), so where have you been? I'm not going to... Continue Reading →

Come and See Me Perform

In the coming month and a half, I will be running up and reading poems like some sort of poet, and it would be great if you could come and watch me! Here is the run down on where you can find me, and some information about the event. 10/04/2018 - Ooh Beehive : 7.30 -... Continue Reading →

Adjusted – Title and Cover

Before I get into the purpose of this blog, I have to credit the inspiration for it. Scrolling through twitter on a lazy Sunday afternoon, I came across a blog by Josephine Corcoran about the book cover and title of her new book ‘What Are You After?’ Which can be pre-ordered from Nine Arches Press now. The blog... Continue Reading →

Waiting at Bloomsbury Park

Published by Big White Shed in July 2017, Waiting at Bloomsbury Park is a collection of poems that explores the experiences of growing up in an underprivileged inner city setting, told from the perspective of somebody who has lived it, seen it, done it and grew up from it. The book, which was put together with... Continue Reading →

Progression

Progression is Here After working on establishing the idea behind progression in the second half of 2016, I'm happy to say that I have got the finished product here for you. Progression is about promoting the positive and always pushing for growth. Remember that as you listen. Download Link Casey Bailey - Progression Big Up... Continue Reading →

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