New poems in Jellyfish and Miracle Monocle

I'm excited to kick off December with poems in two great online journals, Jellyfish Magazine and Miracle Monocle. At Jellyfish, a poem called "No Romance" about climate anxiety and consumerism, language and nostalgia, and how our ideals conflate each. I also have two new poems in the latest issue of the University of Louisville’s journal, Miracle Monocle, including … Continue reading New poems in Jellyfish and Miracle Monocle

Pushcart Prize nomination: Sestina for the Heartland

Whoa! Huge thanks to Wayne Miller and the rest of the amazing crew at Copper Nickel for nominating my its-technically-a-sestina-even-if-every-end-word-is-the-same poem "Sestina for the Heartland" for a Pushcart Prize, along with the talents of Kaveh Bassiri, Sugi Ganeshananthan, Justin Jannise, Rebecca Lehmann, and Sarah Anne Strickley! Who knows if the Pushcart folks will see fit to … Continue reading Pushcart Prize nomination: Sestina for the Heartland

Two reviews and an interview!

I'm beside myself with gratitude to Stephanie Trott and Addey Vaters, who recently wrote and published reviews of Disappearing, Inc. in Southern Humanities Review and The Adroit Journal, respectively. Here's a quick excerpt from each, with a link to the full review! “[Amico] brings authentic and contemporary language to an ongoing yet timeless question: how does one generation survive—forget … Continue reading Two reviews and an interview!