Viewless Wings celebrates the art of poetry.
Viewless Wings produces the Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast, publishes poetry including canvas: poems, portraits of red and gray, and The Plague Doctor (in three acts), and produced the award-winning animated short film tethered and short film Twilight in the Sculpture Forest. Viewless Wings Live produces live events including the Poetry & Pizza Open Mic and the Poets at the Mic livestream series.
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Viewless Wings publishes selected work by poets around the world on our podcast and website (from submissions on our Submittable page), articles about poetry, and stories on the business of publishing.
Viewless Wings Founder James Morehead is the Poet Laureate of Dublin, California.
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The Plague Doctor (in three acts)
A mesmerizing collection of eerie, image-rich poems that explore the fleeting nature of existence and friendship, inspired by the world of art and artists.
“James Morehead’s poetry pulses with vibrant detail. In this new collection Morehead has created a vivid document that captures what it means to be perpetually inspired by the world in all its facets.” – Tina Cane, Poet Laureate of Rhode Island
portraits of red and gray: memoir poems
“The vulnerability and humanity expressed in these poems is moving.” – Angie Trudell Vasquez, Poet Laureate – Madison, WI
“The rhythmic control is impeccable. The centerpiece of this collection, a long series of poems that chronicle a trip through the former Soviet Union, is a fast moving, impressionistic feast of imagery.” – Carmine Di Biase, Distinguished Professor of English, Emeritus – Jacksonville State University
“To read canvas is to be transported to a world infused with meaning and memory.” – Morgan Liphart, poet and author of Barefoot and Running
“These are poems to be savored, re-read, kept handy for those times when only poetry will do.” – W. J. T. Mitchell, Gaylord Donnelley Distinguished Service Professor, English and Art History, University of Chicago
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