James Morehead’s talent for evoking the reader’s memories through his own is astonishing.

Lisa Marie Simmons, poet and musician

A limited edition collection of photographs and poetry inspired by
San Francisco Bay Area live music venues.

Packed in the Fillmore, hordes of t-shirts, no
signs of color just shades of ebony. 
Crushed bodies at the barricade below, 
my refuge above in the balcony…

From “At the Barricade” by james c. morehead

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

canvas: poems

β€œTo read canvas is to be transported to a world infused with meaning and memory.” – Morgan Liphart, poet and author of Barefoot and Running

β€œThese 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

Viewless Wings Exclusive: Poetry Bundle

Discounted bundle available directly from Viewless Wings for $20 (US addresses only + T&S). List price $27.90

“If you read these poems well, you cannot help but be inspired to observe the world more closely. You will be inspired to notice detailsβ€”particularly the details of the people in your life, those ones that you loveβ€”and any book that does that will have accomplished a very high purpose indeed.Verified purchaser

“I’d rather be at an open mic” t-shirt

(artwork by Kari Byron from the cover of canvas: poems)