Published poems, speeches, & interviews.

ESSAYS: 
So That If I Died It Mattered – Published in The Millions 
The Wake of What I Love: A Commencement Address – Published in The Millions

POEMS: 
When I See André 3000 Buying Bananas at Trader Joe’s – Published in Brooklyn Poets
Elegy for a Rat – Published in The Nervous Breakdown
Decoded – Published in Rattle 
Before the Bloom – Published in Thrush 
Epithalamion: For Ben & Wendell – Published in Word Riot 
Moons Over My Hammy – Published in Muzzle Magazine 
Not About Me – Published in Muzzle Magazine
A Working List of Things I Will Never Tell You – Published in decomP Magazine 
Empty – Published in decomP Magazine
The Fishermen – Published in The Literary Bohemian 
The Monster I’m Hiding Under My Bed Says – Published in The Literary Bohemian 
Highway 71 – Published in The November 3rd Club

AUDIO PUBLICATION: 
The Shoreline – Indiefeed 
Elegy – Indiefeed 
Yo!/The Mirror Mayor of BackTalk City (w/ Adam Falkner) – Indiefeed
On the Bus in Queens – Indiefeed 
Party & Bullshit – Indiefeed 
Turbulence – Indiefeed

THE POETRY GODS
This is a podcast I host with José Olivarez and Aziza Barnes. Listen to our interviews with people like Hanif Abdurraqib, Patricia Smith, Willie Perdomo, and many more.
The Poetry Gods on Soundcloud
The Poetry Gods on iTunes

PEOPLE INTERVIEW ME/MEDIA: 
Brooklyn Poets “Poet of The Week” Interview with Jon Sands
Living Brave, Writing Braver: An Interview With Jon Sands – Published in Barely South Review
Hanif Abduraqib Interviews Jon Sands – Published in Hanif’s 30 in 30 series
“On the Train, or at the Laundromat, Your Poem Begins… Now” – Published in The New York Times 
In a Dark Room: Saeed Jones Interviews Jon Sands – Published in THEthe Poetry Blog 
The L Magazine Questionnaire for Writer Types: Jon Sands 
Shapes And Disfigurements – Raymond Antrobus Interviews Jon Sands

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“The truth at rapid speed and a bounty of innovation.”
– Willie Perdomo

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– Aracelis Girmay

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– Patricia Smith

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