Eric Anthony Sneathen

TitleGraduate Student Instructor
DivisionHumanities Division
DepartmentLiterature Department,
Creative Writing Program
Phone831-459-4778 (Literature Dept)
OfficeHumanities 1, Room 115B
Campus Mail StopHumanities Academic Services
Eric Anthony Sneathen

Research Interests

Recent studies have focused on 20th and 21st century North American poetry, especially AIDS and its literatures, GLQ writing and aesthetics, and historiography. 

Biography, Education and Training

  • BA, University of California, Davis (2008)

  • MA, University of California, Davis (2013)

Selected Publications


Published poems in various literary journals, including Mondo Bummer, The Equalizer 2.0, littletell, and Gay Annals of Sexuality. A chapbook, Snail Poems, is forthcoming.

In addition, edits the Bay Area-based DIY literary zine Macaroni Necklace, which publishes (mostly) poets, text-wielding visual artists, and storytellers who have yet to publish a full-length manuscript.

Book Reviews

  • Wet Land by Lucas de Lima at A&U

  • Prick Queasy by Ron Palmer at A&U

  • Tender Points by Amy Berkowitz at Entropy

Conference Papers

"The Rectum Is A Vase of Flowers," Conference on Ecopetics, Berkeley, 2013

Critical Essays


Courses Taught

LTCR 10 : Introduction to Creative Writing