2019—Poetry:

Best American Poetry blog —  A New Gun Folds Up to Look Just Like a Smartphone (originally appeared in The Awl)
Copper Nickel
—  Sestina for the Heartland (print issue 28, Spring 2019)
Jellyfish Magazine
No Romance
Miracle Monocle
I Wish Every Day Were Black Friday, Growing Gold
New South — 
Net Neutral, Poem with a Soundtrack of Locusts (print issue Vol. 12 No. 1, Spring 2019)
Forklift, Ohio —
Joy (print issue 37, Spring 2019)
Yes Poetry 
—  Ode to the Charging Cable
Luna Luna Magazine —  
Rounding Error
Talking BookPreview of Disappearing, Inc. with three poems: A New Gun Folds Up to Look Just Like a Smartphone, Disfluency, & The Fear (“A New Gun…” first published in The Awl)

Interviews:

The Adroit Journal —  Conversations with Contributors: Brandon Amico
Luna Luna Magazine —  
Brandon Amico on Why He Doesn’t Want to Be Unreachable
Rob Mclennan’s 12 or 20 questions series —  12 or 20 Questions with Brandon Amico

Forthcoming:

The Rumpus Two poems

2018:

Kenyon Review —  Customer Loyalty Program (print issue Vol. XL No. 6)
Blackbird —  Nothing But, Planet Nine (Italics in Nothing But are borrowed from the Talking Heads’ song “[Nothing But] Flowers”)
Academy of American Poets/Poets.org —  
Customer Loyalty Program (originally published in Kenyon Review)
Diode — 
A Question, On Creative License (Italics in first line of “A Question” is from Pablo Neruda’s Book of Questions)
Last Exit— 
The First Technology
Zone 3
— 
Audit (print issue 33 Vol. 1, Spring 2018)
Superstition Review —  
If You Like This Poem, Occupational Hazard, Housing Complex
Fugue —  
Definite Article
inter|rupture —  
Net Worth

2017—Poetry:

Gold Wake Live — Push, Crowdfunded Poem
Waxwing —
 
T-Rex Mask
The Shallow Ends —
 
A Quiver Of
Flock — 
Hi, Things I Hate (print issue 18; Hi featured online, with audio)
Birdfeast —
 
Hello Again
Booth — 
Music Video (online and in print issue Booth X)
Nightjar Review —
 
Hyperbole Mask

Reviews:

AGNI — Review of Sophie Klahr’s Meet Me Here at Dawn

2016—Poetry:

Southern Humanities Review — Epithalamium (winner of Hoepfner Literary Award for poetry; online and in print issue 50.1&2)
The Collapsar —  Poem with an Unhinged Jaw, The Elocutioner’s Son
The Awl— 
“A New Gun Folds Up to Look Just Like a Smartphone”
The Adroit Journal 
— Beekeeper’s Veil, How to Be on Fire
The Carolina Quarterly — What’s Your Sign?, Carnival Mask, View from the Everything (Print issue 65.2, Winter 2016)
Booth — Scarecrow Museum

Reviews:

The Rumpus Review of Solmaz Sharif’s Look
Southern Humanities Review —
Review of Albert Goldbarth’s Selfish

2015—Poetry:

The Cincinnati Review — Onion, Book of Distances (Print issue 12.1)
New Ohio Review —
Jester’s Cap (Print issue 17)
Tahoma Literary Review — The Elocutioner’s Mask (Issue 2.2 online and in print)
Slice 
— Sun Mask, Moon Mask (Print issue 16)
Ampersand Review — Self-Portrait with Multiple Frames
Booth 
How to Build a Telescope
Powder Keg —
Coda, Oases, & How to Sync to the Cloud
inter|rupture — 
Host Mask
Tinderbox Poetry Journal
 — Wherein a Trip to Western New Hampshire Predicts the Outcome of Our Relationship

Reviews:

Los Angeles Review — Review of Ada Limón’s Bright Dead Things
AMRI —
Review of Emilia Phillips’s Beneath the Ice Fish Like Souls Look Alike
Mid-American Review
 — Review of Michael Bazzett’s You Must Remember This (Print issue 35.2, Spring 2015)

2014—Poetry:

Phoebe — Oak Mask
Verse Daily —
 
Poem Beginning with a Line from Eugenio Montale
Day One — Learned Mask (Digital issue 2.8)
The Baltimore Review — Self-Portrait with Oncoming Storm
Tupelo Quarterly — 
Settlers
Cartridge Lit — Eve of the Carnival, Gunpowder Mask
Hunger Mountain—
 
Plagues of Coming Home, The Pope Does Not Reply to My Tweets (Print issue 18, Winter 2013/2014)

Reviews:

32 Poems — Review of Rebecca Hazelton’s Vow
Rattle 
— Microreview of Victoria Chang’s The Boss
AMRI
 Review of Patricia Lockwood’s Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals

2013:

Hayden’s Ferry Review —  Omissions (Print issue 53, Fall/Winter 2013)
The Carolina Quarterly —
 The Word Worried is the Word Straw, Poem Beginning with a Line from Eugenio Montale (Print issue 63.2, Fall 2013)
B O D Y — When the Snake is Dead, Postcards from Hell
Sixth
 Finch — She Says
Pear Noir!  —  On Animals;  Ocean, Okay, Okay (PN!#9)
Heavy Feather Review  —  Malice at the Palace, 21st Century: A Retrospective, Feathers (Volume 2, Issue 1)
A-Minor — Desert (ix), Chandelier Light

2012:

Mojo — Thereafter (also included in Mikrokosmos No. 59 – 2013)
The Bakery — Pumpkin Spice Latte
Thrush Poetry Journal  —  Greek Language Lost, Two Generations Ago
The Baltimore Review  —  Hokku (100-word challenge, based on art by Rusty Kjarvik)
Muzzle Magazine  —  De Toros