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10/18/2019 - Kenyon Review podcast with Tommy Pico on the Kenyon Review

10/17/2019 - It’s LGBT History Month and National Book Month. Here’s how to celebrate both in the Tampa Bay Times

10/10/2019 - This Week in Comedy Podcasts in Vulture

9/30/2019 - Jake Skeets Find the Beauty in Brutality in the New Republic

9/23/2019 - 13 Books by LGBTQ Writers to Read This Fall on Rewire

9/11/2019 - How to Attract Touring Authors to a City Most People Skip in Literary Hub

9/10/2019 - New & Notable Poets to Look Out For in 2019 in Departures Magazine

8/31/2019 - The 42 Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2019 in Time Magazine

8/9/2019 - A Shining Mess: Anthropocene Poetics in Caspar Heinemann’s Novelty Theory in Spam Zine

8/5/2019 - Read Widely: A Conversation with Stephanie Burt in Los Angeles Review of Books

8/5/2019 - Literary San Diego: A Reading List That May or May Not Include Ron Burgundy in Literary Hub

8/2/2019 - 10 Intersections Between Podcasts, Audiobooks, and Storytelling at Large in Book Riot

8/1/2019 - Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2019 in Publisher’s Weekly

7/16/2019 - Post-Stonewall 50 Reading List in Bay Area Reporter

7/15/2019 - Feed review in Publisher’s Weekly

7/4/2019 - Summer Reading 2019 in Put An Egg On It

6/29/2019 - Is That All There Is? Queer Culture & Politics on the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall in the Los Angeles Review of Books

6/10/2019 - 26 New Poetry Collections By LGBTQIA+ Writers To Look Out For In 2019 in Bustle

6/5/2019 - 2019 Contest: Interview with poetry Judge Tommy Pico in the Black Warrior Review

5/29/2019 - Dinnerview: Tommy Pico in Entropy Magazine

5/28/2019 - The Advocate’s Champions of Pride in the Advocate

5/23/2018 - Writer Tommy Pico on not wasting any time in the Creative Independent

5/20/2019 - Tyler, The Creator’s ‘IGOR’ is What Happens When “November” Ends in DJ Booth

5/17/2019 - 41 Best LGBTQ Books That’ll Change the Literary Landscape in 2019 in Oprah Magazine

5/9/2019 - Poets discuss future of artistic queerness at Bay Area Book Festival’s ‘Queer Poetics’ in the Daily Californian

4/29/2019 - For Tommy Pico, a homecoming as he brings his pop-culture infused poetry to UCSD and SDSU in the San Diego Union Tribune

4/26/2019 - How Can We Give Artists Their Flowers in DJ Booth

4/26/2019 - Festival highlights indigenous authors, Native issues in SF Gate

4/24/2019 - IC hosts literary festival for New Voices on

4/19/2019 - LARB Radio Hour: Opening Up in the Los Angeles Review of Books

4/19/2019 - 17 of the Best Poetry Books, as Recommended by Acclaimed Writers for National Poetry Month in Oprah Magazine

4/19/2019 - 13 Books by Queer Poets to Add to Your Reading List in Buzzfeed Books

4/16/2019 - Junk review in the Illinois Literatures and Languages Library

4/13/2019 - Poetry of 2018 in Book List of the Day

4/11/2019 - Are you -Nobody- too? The Librarian is In podcast on NYPL

4/9/2019 - Tommy Pico’s Connective Queer Poems in Lambda Literary

4/6/2019 - Morgan Parker & Tommy Pico on the LA Review of Books Podcast

3/22/2019 - 50 of the Best Poetry Books from Authors of Contemporary Works in Book Riot

3/21/2019 - Twenty-Two of the Most Inspiring Writers Retreats in the Country in Poets & Writers magazine

3/14/2019 - Review: Junk by Tommy Pico in Neon Books

3/7/2019 - 8 Books We Can’t Stop Thinking About in Off The Shelf

3/7/2019 - What We’re Reading/March 2019 in Writing NSW

3/7/2019 - Nominees for the 31st Annual ‘Lambda Literary Awards’ for LGBTQ Books Announced in Towleroad

2/22/2019 - Writers, Publishers, Bookstores: A Primer on the Year of the Montreal Anglo Renaissance in the Globe and Mail

2/5/2019 - Tommy Pico, Social Activism, & Haiku in the Online Book Club

1/23/2019 - Tommy Pico, "JUNK" w/ Joseph Osmundson on Skylight Books Author Reading Series

1/23/2019 - Mi'kmaw artist hosts Indigenous literature book club at Mile End's Drawn and Quarterly in CBC

1/20/2019 - Tommy Pico, Nature Poem on rob mclennan’s blog

1/14/2019 - 50 Must Read Poetry Collections of 2019 in Book Riot

1/11/2019 - Most Anticipated Books of 2019 in Book Riot

1/9/2019 - Tommy Pico on Performance, Life on the Road, and Learning to Write in Literary Hub via OtherPpl Podcast

1/9/2019 - Top 10 Books of 2018 in the Michigan Daily

1/3/2019 - How to Read More in 2019 According to Your Favorite Authors in Refinery 29

12/31/2018 - Adroit’s Best Of: Poetry 2018 in Adroit Journal

12/29/2018 - From fine dining to the streets: A Berkeley chef feeds the homeless in the LA Times

12/26/2018 - 10 Poets on Their Favorite Poetry Collections of 2018 in Buzzfeed

12/26/2018 - To All The Books We Loved in 2018 in Houstonia

12/19/1028 - A Year in Reading: Tommy Orange in the Millions

12/17/2018 - 12 Accomplished Authors Give Their Book Recommendations in Buzzfeed

12/17/2018 - The 17 Best Books of 2018 in GQ

12/17/2018 - Transforming Nature with Tommy Pico in Poets House

12/16/2018 - A Year in Reading: Jacqueline Krass in the Millions

12/13/2018 - Five contemporary poets you should check out in Sink Hollow

12/13/2018 - Tin House to End Print Magazine in 2019 in OPR

12/12/2018 - Flyleaf’s 2018 Poetry Staff Picks on Flyleaf Books

12/7/2018 - A Year in Reading: Lauren Wilkinson in the Millions

12/7/2018 - The queers behind eclectic podcast Food 4 Thot on why sex positivity is so important to them in Gay Times magazine

12/3/2018 - Best of 2018: Best Poetry Books and Poetry Collections in Entropy

12/3/2018 - Sad News, Seattle: Gramma Press Folds as Bill and Ruth True Foundation Dissolves in the Stranger

12/2/2018 - Chef Cal Peternell On Chez Panisse, Bacon-Loving Vegetarians And Teaching Boys To Cook in Forbes

11/30/2018 - We Asked Real Queers about the Call Me By Your Name Sequel in Out Magazine

11/27/2018 - Best Books of 2018: Junk on NPR

11/23/2018 - A Way of Containing the Stasis: On Junk by Tommy Pico in the Kenyon Review

11/22/2018 - A Queer Indigenous Poet Reflects on the Hypocrisy of Thanksgiving in Out Magazine

11/20/2018 - Celebrate National American Indian Heritage Month with These 8 Reads in Signature Reads

11/20/2018 - The NYPL’s Best Books of 2018 in the New York Public Library

11/17/2018 - “Why Thanksgiving isn’t necessarily a celebration: a Native American writer’s take” in the Washington Post

11/15/2018 - The 5 Best Poetry Collections of 2018 in the Washington Post

10/28/2018 - “Letting Go” on Live Wire Radio

10/22/2018 - The Ghost Story Persists in American literature. Why? in the New York Times

10/17/2018 - “You Need to live More”: The Power of Performance in Morgan Parker’s and Tommy Pico’s Poetry in History of Black Writing

10/14/2018 - Tommy Pico: Junk on Between the Covers podcast with David Naimon

10/14/2018 - Links to Things Discussed with Tommy Pico on Patreon

10/14/2018 - Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Poetry in Publisher’s Weekly

10/12/2018 - Willa Cather in NH; Native American poets at Harvard; Tell-All Boston debuts in the Boston Globe

10/12/2018 - A reading rebirth that includes a healthy dose of poetry in the Boston Globe

10/08/2018 - Listen To A 'Native American Poets Playlist' For Indigenous People's Day, At Harvard's Peabody Museum on WBUR

10/03/2018 - Stag Good: A Conversation with Tommy Pico in the Adroit Journal

10/02/2018 - HotPod 179 on NiemanLab

9/25/2018 - Submishmash Weekly: ‘Magnificently in a fancy casserole dish’ on Submittable

9/20/2018 - Poetry Center hosts award winning queer writers in Golden Gate Xpress

9/18/2018 - 12 Books Celebrating Contemporary Queer Writers of Color in Signature

9/12/2018 - From the Stacks: Morgan Parker & Tommy Pico in UA Poetry Center

8/27/2018 - Muscularity and Eros: On Syntax in At Length

8/22/2018 - 5 Books to Pack for Labor Day Weekend in West Elm

8/20/2018 - IRL by Tommy Pico, review in Runestone

8/20/2018 - Poems for a New Native Dialogue in Ms. Magazine  

8/10/2018 - Striking new lines: A groundbreaking anthology of Native Poetry in Pasatiempo

7/23/2018 - New Poetry Anthology Honors the Scope of Native Writers at PBS

7/11/2018 - Redefining our Subject Object Relations: Junk, by Tommy Pico in the Brooklyn Rail

7/3/2018 - Best Books of 2018 So Far in Book Riot

6/29/2018 - Ten Books to Read in July on BBC News

6/27/2018 - Now You Can Walk the High Line with a Tommy Pico Poem in Your Head in Literary Hub

6/22/2018 - Journalist Jenna Wortham On Cultivating Community For Queer People Of Color in the Huffington Post

6/19/2018 - Reading List: June 2018 in Poetry

6/18/2018 - Poet Tommy Pico’s Love-Hate Relationship with New York in Culture Trip

6/16/2018 - On The Night Table in Winnipeg Free Press 

6/13/2018 - Episode 53: Tommy Pico in Commonplace Podcast

6/12/2018 - Kenyon Review’s Summer Reading List in the Kenyon Review

6/7/2018 - Answer 9 Questions and We’ll Tell You 9 Books to Read in BuzzFeed

6/4/2018 - 21 Poems by Queer Poets to Read This Pride Month in Bustle

6/1/2018 - Chez Panisse vet Cal Peternell wants to save journalism with a podcast in the San Francisco Chronicle 

5/31/2018 - With ‘There There,’ Tommy Orange Has Written a New Kind of American Epic in the New York Times

5/30/2018 - Pride month brings Pride Open Mic, LGBTQIA Storytelling to Feminist Bookstore from the Windy City Times

5/29/2018 - The 62 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: May 29-June 3, 2018 in the Stranger

5/29/2018 - New & Noteworthy in the New York Times

5/24/2018 - There’s a Bunch of Public Art About Loneliness All Over the City. Get Out There and See It Before It’s Gone, You Sad Bastards in the Stranger

5/23/2018 - Junk in the Los Angeles Review of Books

5/18/2018 - The 15 Best Books to Take to the Beach This June in Oprah Magazine

5/17/2018 - Five Books You Need To Read This Month: May in AU Review

5/17/2018 - David Levithan and Will Walton on tackling grief and queerness for young readers in Entertainment Weekly

5/16/2018 - Sounds delicious: Former Chez Panisse chef Cal Peternell cooks with celebrities on his new podcast in Berkeley Side

5/14/2018 - 30 Exciting New Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List on Buzzfeed

5/14/2018 - Maybe abusive authors don’t belong on my bookshelf. But what about my classroom? in the Washington Post

5/10/2018 - Canoodling with Junk Food: on Tommy Pico’s Junk in the Los Angeles Review of Books

5/8/2018 - Queer Indigenous Poet Tommy Pico Breaks the Boundaries of Poetry in Hothouse Journal

5/8/2018 - Poets & Writers Theater: Tommy Pico in Poets & Writers

5/7/2018 - Poet Tommy Pico Shows His Junk in the Stranger

5/7/2018 - “FUCK beauty tbh”: Tommy Pico is reclaiming Junk on Medium

5/5/2018 - Tommy Pico, Editors Pick in the Portland Monthly

5/4/2018 - Tommy Pico’s Junk is a Love Letter to Abandonment in Kajal Mag

5/2/2018 - The Best New Books of 2018 in the Chicago Review of Books

5/2/2018 - The Top 15 Pioneer Square Art Shows to Check Out in May in the Stranger

5/2/2018 - 15 Must Read Books for May in Nylon 

5/2/2018 - Must Read Poetry: May 2018 in the Millions

5/1/2018 - Must-Read May New Releases in Book Riot

5/1/2018 - May 2018 Book Preview in Vol.1 Brooklyn

4/30/2018 - New in May in Lambda Literary

4/30/2018 - 25 Queer Poets to Read Now and Forever in Out Magazine

4/26/2018 - Notes Toward a Review of IRL and Nature Poem by Tommy Pico in Transmotion

4/23/2018 - 13 Poetry Collections to Get Excited About in 2017 in Bookish

4/17/2018 - That Activating Feeling in Mask Magazine

4/17/2018 - Review: Junk in Shelf-Awareness

4/17/2018 - National Poetry Month: Tommy Pico in Colorado State University

4/11/2018 - National Poetry Month Reading List  in the Bay Area Reporter

4/11/2018 - Page One: Where New and Noteworthy Books Begin in Poets & Writers

4/10/2018 - Native American poet, Tommy Pico to share creativity with students, faculty in the Lantern

4/10/2018 - Deviate Live in New York: Travel Stories and Souvenirs 

4/6/2018 - Bookshop of the Month April 2018: Milkweed Books in Ampersand

4/5/2018 - Up-and-coming writers receive superlative books (and $50,000) at the 2018 Whiting Awards in the Library of America

4/5/2018 - National Poetry Month Poetry Mixtape #2 in the Speakeasy Project

3/30/2018 - Friends of the High Line announces 2018 Culture Shock in Broadway World

3/27/2018 - Meet Tommy Pico - the Native American, Beyoncé Loving Poet in Interview Magazine 

3/26/2018 - These are the 10 Writers You Should Be Reading This Year in Thrillist

3/22/2018 - The Crystal Ball of the Literature World Has Picked These 10 Writers to Watch This Year in Vanity Fair

/19/2018 - Starred review of Junk in Publisher’s Weekly

3/9/2018 - Frances McDormand Reveals She’s a Pagan Mom on a New Food Podcast in Vogue

3/6/2918 - 30 Annual Lambda Literary Award Finalists Announced

3/6/2018 - Nothing Ever Ends: An Interview with Tommy Pico in Entropy Magazine

3/2/2018 - Spring Arts 2018 Books: Fact, Fiction, and Beyond in the Washington Blade

2/14/2018 - All Media All Star in the New York Times

1/28/2018 - The Personal is Always Political: A 2018 Poetry Preview in NPR

1/27/2018 - 10 Unmissable LGBTQ+ Poets in BookRiot

1/22/2018 - Authors Recommend in Floating Bridge Press 

1/16/2018 - Food 4 Thot podcast host Tommy Pico talks about his queer poetry in Time Out New York

12/28/2017 - A year between covers: what Montreal’s writers have been reading in the Montreal Gazette 

12/22/2017 - 23 for 2018: A Literary Preview for the Year to Come in Vol. 1 Brooklyn

12/22/2017 - The 10 Best Books of 2017 in Interview Magazine

12/20/2017 - Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s 2017 Favorites: Poetry in Vol. 1 Brooklyn

12/14/2017 - December Reading: Three Titles from 2017 in THE Magazine 

12/13/2017 - Favorite Poetry Collections of 2017 in Largehearted Boy 

12/11/2017 - 2018 Forthcoming Poetry Books by Queer People of Color by Luther Hughes 

12/08/2017 - Spring 2018 Announcements: Poetry in Publisher’s Weekly

12/07/2017 - The Best Poetry Books of 2017 in the Chicago Review of Books

12/07/2017 - A Year in Reading: Jenny Zhang in the Millions

12/01/2017 - Ideas for the LGBTQ book lovers on your holiday gift list on Q Notes

11/28/2017 - Best of 2017: Best Poetry Books & Poetry Collections in Entropy Magazine

11/22/2017 - Tommy Pico: Epic Poet in Articulate TV on PBS

11/20/2017 - Celebrate National American Indian Heritage Month with These 8 Reads in Signature

11/19/2017 - Wordstock 2: Comics, Books, Donuts, Dystopias in Oregon Arts Watch 

11/13/2017 - The Kumeyaay Poet Who’s Disrupting Nature Poetry in High Country News 

11/12/2017 - Live at Wordstock: Poets Morgan Parker and Tommy Pico on Oregon Public Library’s “State of Wonder"

11/8/2017 - Readers in revelry: Literature lovers party at library’s Park Slope gala in Brooklyn Paper 

11/2/2017 - Brooklyn Public Library Announces 2017 Literary Prize Winners, a Brooklyn Public Library Press Release 

10/30/2017 - Queer|Art to Present First Annual Queer|Art|Prize this Fall in Broadway World

10/25/2017 - RIP Romance on Articulate TV & PBS  

10/24/2017 - October Micro-Reviews in the Kenyon Review

10/17/2017 - Seeking Poems that Bridge Humankind’s Worlds in the New York Times

10/17/2017 - Poet Tommy Pico on Publishing and Writing Every Day in Posture Magazine

9/20/2017 - Always Ask in the Void Academy

9/18/2017 - Tommy Pico: How to Not Be One With Nature on LGBTQ&A Podcast

9/6/2017 - Void Spotlight: Great Artist Newsletters in the Void Academy

8/31/2017 - Suggested reading, fall 2017 in Bay Area Reporter

8/29/2017 - Nature Poem by Tommy Pico in Bogi Reads the World

8/24/2017 - 2017 Prizes for Contributors to Poetry Announced on Poetry Foundation

8/18/2017 - Kyle Dacuyan’s List of 5 Books for Late Capitalism in Verse 

8/9/2-17 - American Anonymity: reading Alex Dmitrov & Tommy Pico in Full Stop Quarterly

7/19/2017 - What’s the Point: How Sherman Alexie, Ross Gay, and Tommy Pico Write About Pain in Ploughshares

7/17/2017 - Line Cook//Tommy Pico with Indian Nachos in Poetry Northwest

7/6/2017 - Introducing NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Program Recipients and Finalists on NYFA Current

7/6/2017 - Tommy Pico on the importance of self-publishing (and fucking in pizza parlor bathrooms) in Q&Hi

7/1/2017 - 2017 Hit List: 16 Artists & Entertainers We’re Obsessed With in Out Magazine

6/30/2017 - Tommy Pico & Sasha Smith on the Poetry Project podcast

6/29/2017 - A Nature Poem that Breaks You in Mask Magazine

6/26/2017 - June Micro Reviews in the Kenyon Review

6/14/2017 - “I said what I had to say”: An Interview with Tommy Pico in Vol. 1 Brooklyn

6/14/2017 - 2017 Summer Reading List on Swarthmore College Libraries blog

6/8/2017 - What’s Tommy Pico Reading in the Tampa Bay Times

6/5/2017 - The Top Five ft. Aziza Barnes in Young Chicago Authors

6/2/2017 - The ‘Nature Poem’ Bucking Stereotypes About Native Americansin Pacific Standard

5/25/2017 - Discover New Writers in County Lines Magazine

5/25/2017 - Ways to Thrive in Rookie Magazine

5/21/2017 - NDN in knife | fork | book 

5/17/2017 - Book Notes - Tommy Pico, “Nature Poem” in Largehearted Boy

5/13/2017 - Five Books You Need to Read This Month: May in the AU Review

5/12/2017 - 16 Books Guaranteed to Brighten Your Spring in the Fader

5/12/2017 - Tommy Pico confronts nature poetry with Nature Poem on Harriet

5/11/2017 - State Lines: California Poetry: Nature Poem by Tommy Pico in the SF Chronicle

5/11/2017 - Tommy Pico Finds the Poetry in Queer Life in New Book Nature Poem in Out Magazine

5/11/2017 - Brooklyn is a Broken Land: on Tommy Pico’s Nature Poem in Brooklyn Magazine

5/11/2017 - Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week in Largehearted Boy

5/10/2017 - Nature Poem by Tommy Pico–an Epic Poem on BlogCritics

5/9/2017 - Tommy Pico’s New Book Combats American Indian Stereotypes in Nylon Magazine

5/9/2017 - Tommy Pico’s Nature Poem is the Humorous Book 2017 Needs in Sweet Media

5/9/2017 - Destruction and Deconstruction in Tommy Pico’s Nature Poem in the LA Review of Books

5/5/2017 - Books of the Week in Publisher’s Weekly

5/2/2017 - IRL Review in Rain Taxi

5/1/2017 - Quoted in Patricia Lockwood: the Poet Laureate of Twitter in Rolling Stone

5/1/2017 - 15 Books to Read This May on LitHub

4/30/2017 - Getting to Know Tommy Pico in Hooligans Magazine

4/29/2017 - A New Leaf: This Season’s Must Read Books in Village Voice

4/27/2017 - Gay Sluts who Read in Mask Magazine

4/26/2017 - Exciting Poetry for Spring: 13 Highly Recommended Titles That Will Shock You Awake in Library Journal

4/26/2017 - Aaron Goldsman on Tommy Pico for The Operating System

4/21/2017 - IRL Review on Scout Poetry

4/20/2017 - Q&A with Tommy Pico on bookculture

4/17/2017 - 13 Books Every Global Citizen Should Read This Spring in Global Citizen

4/6/2017 - APRIL’s Swan Song in CityArts

4/5/2017 - Peach Picks: This Week’s Literary Picks in the Daily Public

4/3/2017 - ‘You Can’t Use the Word:’ Tommy Pico’s Nature Poem in Out Magazine

3/28/2017 - #CopingWith: 13 LGBTQ Poets You Need to Read in Civil Coping Mechanisms

3/21/2017 - 14 New Poetry Picks for World Poetry Day in New York Public Library

3/16/2017 - 31 Incredible Books You Need to Read This Spring on Buzzfeed

3/16/2017 - 4 Poets You Should Follow on Twitter Right Now in Book Riot

3/10/2017 - on IRL by Tommy Pico in the Georgia Review

3/9/2017 - It’s Very Indian to Watch AbFab in the Organist

3/8/2017 - Imagining the Anthropocene: Tommy Pico’s Nature Poem in Ploughshares

3/7/2017 - LGBTQ Media Is Less White Than Ever, but It’s Still Not Enough in Vice

3/5/2017 - IRL, Tommy Pico in Nervous Poodle Poetry

3/3/2017 - Spring Arts 2017: Books in Washington Blade

2/22/2017 - IRL by Tommy Pico in Book Wars

2/20/2017 - Starred review of Nature Poem in Publisher’s Weekly

2/2/2017 - Peek Over Our Shoulders: What We’re Reading in February in Book Riot

2/1/2017 - ‘I lift the house / of language, allow doubt / to whoosh in’: A Conversation with Tommy ‘Teebs’ Pico in the Cordite Review

1/31/2017 - Coming of Age in Modern Dystopia in the New Inquiry 

1/25/2017 - The Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2017 in Publisher’s Weekly

1/14/2017 - What to Read This Week in Brooklyn Paper

1/11/2017 - The 32 Most Exciting Books Coming in 2017 in BuzzFeed Books

12/29/2016 - “Wheel of Fire” (reading Junk) in the Poetry Foundation podcast

12/24/2016 - Top Ten Nonlocal Books in the Baltimore City Paper

12/21/2016 - Best of Blunderbuss 2016 in Blunderbuss Magazine

12/19/2016 - Literary Hub’s Best Books of 2016 in Literary Hub

12/18/2016 - Tommy Pico Native American Brooklyn Poet in HEAPS 

12/14/2016 - Ampersand ep.11 in Poets & Writers

12/14/2016 - Shadows of Words: Our Twelfth Annual Look at Debut Poets in Poets & Writers

12/12/2016 - Speedway and Swan radio show episode 32

12/9/2016 - Spring 2017 Poetry announcement in Publisher’s Weekly

11/30/2016 - Best of 2016: Best Poetry Books & Collections in Entropy Magazine

11/28/2016 - Indies Recommend: Small Press Books You Should Read This December in Literary Hub

11/25/2016 - Shutting Down the Bullshit with Native Americans on Seriously.TV

11/22/2016 - IRL Review in the New York Journal of Books

11/5/2016 - IRL by Tommy Pico review in Lambda Literary

10/24/2016 - Literary Hub Welcomes Four New Contributing Editors in Literary Hub

10/15/2016 - The Saturday Rumpus Interview with Tommy Pico on the Rumpus

9/30/2016 - September in Books: Small Press New Releases in Entropy

9/29/2016 - Tiny Spills | Tommy Pico in Cosmonauts Avenue

9/26/2016 - In Their Own Words in Poetry Society of America

9/21/2016 - Sit, Scroll, and Fume: Tommy Pico’s IRL searches the catacombs of history and hashtags of today to create what can’t be salvaged in BOMB Magazine

9/15/2016 - The Intimately Epic Poem We Need: On ‘IRL’ by Tommy Pico in the Millions

9/14/2016 - Tommy Pico’s Epic Search for Meaning in San Diego City Beat

9/9/2016 - The Anger and Joy of a Native American Poet in Brooklyn in the New Yorker

9/8/2016 - Rob Mclennan reviews IRL

9/5/2016 - Author Tommy Pico’s Debut Work ‘IRL’ Will Have You Like OMG in Nylon Magazine

9/1/2016 - 18 Books You Should Read This September in LitHub

9/1/2016 - IRL named one of SPD’s September Handpicks

8/28/2016 - The Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2016 in Publisher’s Weekly, lists IRL

8/27/2016 - It’s OK for a Poem to be Funny: an Interview with Tommy Pico on LitHub

8/26/2016 - Tommy Pico’s IRL is Better than the Internet in the Stranger

8/25/2016 - Meet Tommy Pico, the poet who penned a dizzying social media epic called IRL in Fusion

8/15/2016 - Starred review of IRL in Publisher’s Weekly

8/11/2016 - Origin stories at Hugo House in the Watchdog

7/5/2016  - Interview: Tommy Pico on the Ace Hotel blog

6/18/2016 - The Write Stuff: Tommy Pico for WNYU Radio

6/7/2016 - 6 New York City poets whose lines will get you through the day(s)on Konbini

5/26/2016 - IRL #7 w/Tommy Pico podcast interview

1/25/2016 - Sitting at a Table in Berlin, Thinking About Aretha Franklin in Kings College London

8/31/2015 - The Dropout Issue: Tommy Pico in Mask Magazine

8/24/2015 - Poet of the Week on Brooklyn Poets

8/12/2015 - 5 Questions for Tommy Pico in English Kills Review

4/22/2015 - Letters to Our Mamis y Papis: Love for Queer Mentors [by Christopher Soto & Friends] on the Best American Poetry blog

2/24/2015 - Nature Poem, Zines of the Month in Dazed Digital

12/20/2014 - St. Xerox in alas jamboree

12/17/2014 - The Lightning Room with Tommy Pico in [PANK]

11/17/2014 - 50 Writers You Need to See Read Live in Flavorwire

11/17/2014 - The Bureau Celebrates its Second Anniversary in Next Magazine

11/14/2014 - The Literary Binary: zines within literature, in fvck the media

7/7/2014 - Tommy Pico’s Tattoos: a Tour in [PANK]

6/5/2014 - The Brooklyn 20: a Cheat Sheet for the Thoughtful Brooklynite (#20, Absent Mindr poetry app)

5/28/2014 - Almost Live at Mellow Pages: Tommy “Teebs” Pico on Vol. 1 Brooklyn

5/15/2014 - Absent Mindr: A New Mind Bending Poetry App on Lambda Literary 

5/14/2014 - Ten literary apps to make writing more than words on a page on Dazed Digital

5/06/2014 - Poetry Books? There’s An App For That on the L Magazine blog

5/02/2014 - Largehearted Boy: Book Notes —  Tommy Pico “Absent Mindr”

4/22/2014 - Absent Mindr: Tommy Pico’s poetry collection takes on an innovative app format review at GAYLETTER

4/16/2014 - Tommy Pico’s Absent Mindr review at HTMLGIANT

4/3/2014 - Where Poetry Chapbooks and Smartphones Meet mention in Vol. 1 Brooklyn

3/14/2014 - Five Contemporary Poets You Should be Reading (Even If You’re Not that into Poetry) mention on

8/8/2013 - The Zineophile: Farewell Notes From Several Cities mention in Vol. 1 Brooklyn

8/1/2013 - 23 People Who Will Make You Care About Poetry in 2013 mention in Flavorwire

6/13/2013 - When I Knew: Tommy Pico interview in Next Magazine

5/8/2013 - Tommy “Teebs” Pico, editor-in-chief of birdsong zine interview with Little Magazine Collection

4/30/2013 - Tommy Pico interview with Publishing Genius Press

4/28/2013 - Recap: Brooklyn Zine Fest mention in OAK blog

4/17/2013 - Birdsong Zine Needs Your Help! mention in Zack Rosen Industries blog

4/3/2013 - In Which Birdsong Celebrates an Anniversary & Raises Some Money mention in Vol. 1 Brooklyn

4/11/2012 - Top 5 Events for a Bushwick Brainiac mention in Bushwick Daily

8/7/2012 - Via Zines, Brooklyn Voices on Display mention in the Wall Street Journal

9/8/2011 - 12 Questions: Tommy Pico interview with 12 Questions blog

6/11/2011 - Birdsong Launch mention in The Outlet: the Blog of Electric Literature

4/21/2011 - 3 Min Food mention in The Outlet: the Blog of Electric Literature

4/4/2011 - Nightlife mention in the New Yorker

3/16/2011 - Birdsong’s Zine Scene mention in Hyperallergic

12/31/2010 - In the Current Issue… mention in Gotham’s Literati

12/22/2010 - Young New Yorkers Who Are Better Than You mention in the L Magazine

10/7/2010 - Tommy on trench coats, tomboys, and why he’d never date a guy who wore sandals interview with Nerve

6/28/2010 - Brooklyn Zine Holds Free Contest mention in Poets & Writers 

3/8/2010 - Notes on A Song mention in A Window Somewhere blog

10/22/2009 - Tommy Pico: Do It Your Own Damn Self interview in East Village Boys

8/29/2009 - Birdsong Collective #8 mention by Adam Void/Avoid Pi

4/27/2009 - giraffe party mention in WEEKEND PARTY UPDATE

4/24/2009 - Cool Kids Reading Good Poems mention in the L Magazine