At Viewless Wings, we celebrate the craft of poetry, the voices of poets from around the world, and the business of publishing poetry. Below is a quick tour of what you can find on Viewless Wings. Subscribing is free, and ensures you won’t miss upcoming features, interviews, and events.

Viewless Wings provides a platform for poets to have their work published (on ViewlessWings.com) and heard (on the Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast). You can read (and hear) selected poets on our Featured Poets page. We review submitted poetry on a monthly basis.

Interviews with Poets and Artists

Viewless Wings also publishes regular interviews with extraordinary poets and artists from around the world both on our website and on our podcast. Here are some of the interviews we’ve published:

Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast

The Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast explores the art of poetry, and the business of publishing, through interviews with poets and artists, and special features. Season 1 features interviews with poets including Olivia Gatwood and Regina Harris Baiocchi, artists including Kari Byron and animator/director Gaia Alari, and more.

Yanyi's "Dream of the Divided Field" Explores the Separation of Self [INTERVIEW] Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast

  1. Yanyi's "Dream of the Divided Field" Explores the Separation of Self [INTERVIEW]
  2. Pamela Wax Explores the Healing Power of Poetry in "Walking the Labyrinth"
  3. Behind the Scenes of a Local Bookseller with Tricia Huebner, Phoenix Books

Self-Publishing your Poetry

Viewless Wings has published a series of articles on self-publishing collections of poetry, and interviewed experts in the field of design and publishing. Below are some of the resources we’ve created to help poets successfully publish their work.

We also interviewed publishing industry expert David Wogahn and Wingless Dreamer founder Ruchi Acharya.

Published Books

Viewless Wings has published two books by James C. Morehead: “canvas: poems” (June 2021) and “portraits of red and gray: memoir poems” (March 2022).

Photograph of paperback and hardcover editions of "canvas" by James Morehead
“canvas” (June 2021)
“portraits of red and gray” (March 2022)