Yes, I have that Beatles song stuck in my head, and now you do too. I am giddy to have two poems in the latest issue of the storied literary journal Blackbird—issue 17.2 to be exact—two poems that are central to the themes of my book, Disappearing, Inc., coming out in March. Hope you'll check out "Nothing … Continue reading Two new poems in Blackbird
My debut collection of poems, Disappearing, Inc., will launch from Gold Wake Press on March 12, 2019, and is available for pre-order now. On the fence? Hear what these amazing poets had to say about it: "Brandon Amico's use of language is ecstatic. His lines rattle with wit, uncanny phrasing, up-to-the-minute diction, and a mischievous … Continue reading Advance praise for Disappearing, Inc.
It's not an exaggeration to say I’m still a little beside myself to see my name and poem in an issue of the Kenyon Review, which has long been a “bucket list” journal for me. The new issue just dropped, and I’m so happy to have a poem, "Customer Loyalty Program," appear alongside Eloisa Amezcua, … Continue reading New poem: “Customer Loyalty Program” at Kenyon Review