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!
“Brandon Amico is a poet that will make you believe in poetry again.” If that's not the nicest sentence anyone has ever written about my writing, I don't know what is. And it's how Joanna C. Valente begins her intro to this interview we did for Luna Luna Magazine. I was lucky to have the … Continue reading “Brandon Amico on Why He Doesn’t Want to Be Unreachable;” Interview in Luna Luna Magazine
I was interviewed by my musician and teacher friend, Kylie Brown, for Superstition Review’s Authors Talk series about my trio of poems in the journal's newest issue! This conversation was a blast; it was fun to hear Kylie's take on these poems and together unpack them, discussing completeness (and incompleteness), the inherent limits of language, … Continue reading Interview at Superstition Review’s blog