Workshop registration open: Recurrence and Echo as Focus in Poetry

Sometimes we are doomed to write the same poem over and over, even if it takes different forms. Sometimes we write in new spaces and on different topics, only to find ourselves circling back to our obsessions. How do our obsessions manifest in our poetry, consciously or otherwise? Knowing what they are and how they … Continue reading Workshop registration open: Recurrence and Echo as Focus in Poetry

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Brandon Amico the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Creative Writing Fellowship

I can't believe I'm writing these words, but truthfully I'm beside myself with gratitude for my family, friends, and mentors, everyone who has helped get me to where I am today, which is a recipient of an NEA Creative Writing Fellowship. Those who are familiar with the fellows program know this already, but for those who … Continue reading Brandon Amico the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Creative Writing Fellowship

Sestina (technically!) in Copper Nickel

Hi, all—I have a big announcement to share on Wednesday, so make sure to come back that afternoon to see what that's all about! In the meantime, this weekend's mail was exciting—I received my contributor copies of Copper Nickel 28, which include my form-irreverent sestina (teaser: all end words are the same word, which was … Continue reading Sestina (technically!) in Copper Nickel