Brian Sneeden
Poems in Journals and Magazines

"Spell to Divert a Summer," Indiana Review, forthcoming 2018
"Bryshen and the Burning House," Boulevard, forthcoming 2018
“Elegy in Which I am Awake,” Prairie Schooner, 2017
Gion,” The Journal, 2017
“Alexandria Duet,” Mid-American Review, 2017
“Study for two figures,” Denver Quarterly, 2017
Mist Burial,” Ninth Letter Online, 2017
“Dogmoon,” The Literary Review, 2017
“Goodbye-harvest,” The Literary Review, 2017
“Ode to Future Thirst,” Southern Poetry Review, 2016
“The Island,” The Malahat Review, 2016
“The Crystal Cave,” Southern Humanities Review, 2016
“Stratis the Sailor at Eleusis,” Southern Humanities Review, 2016
“Squatters,” Salt Hill, 2015
After a Suicide,” TriQuarterly, 2015
The River of the Given,” Quarterly West, 2014
Last City,” Virginia Quarterly Review, 2014
Reconstruction,” Virginia Quarterly Review, 2014
“Phthisis: A Letter,” Arion, 2014
“Persephone,” Arion, 2014
Flamenco,” Harvard Review Online, 2014
Again is the First Time,” storySouth, 2014
“The Hermit, Having a Lantern,” The Hollins Critic, 2014
“Lord’s Prayer,” Ninth Letter, 2014
“Ghosts,” Third Coast, Spring 2013
The Road,” Beloit Poetry Journal, 2012
“The Temple,” Asheville Poetry Review, 2011

Poems Appearing in Translation

“Φλαμένκο” (Flamenco) and “Περσεφόνη” (Persephone), translated into Greek by Jazra Khaleed, Τεφλόν (Teflon), 2016
“Kristalna pećina” (The Crystal Cave) and "Flamenko” (Flamenco), translated into Serbian by Danijela Trajković, Eckermann, 2016
“Flamenko” (Flamenco), translated into Serbian by Danijela Trajković, SENT, 2016
“Kristalna pećina” (The Crystal Cave), translated into Serbian by Danij-ela Trajković, TRAG, 2016