Check out this (semi-self-) interview in the first edition of Kenyon Review's new column, "Poetry Today," alongside the amazing poet Xandria Phillips. Thank you immensely to Ruben Quesada for giving me prompts to think about and a place to discuss everything from digital mediums, vigilance in our language, escape, and humor as a means of … Continue reading Interview at Kenyon Review’s Poetry Today
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