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James Morehead, author and Poet Laureate of Dublin, California, hosts The Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast, featuring original poems (and the stories behind the poetry), the business of publishing and interviews with poets and artists. Season 1 features poet Olivia Gatwood, artist Kari Byron, animator Gaia Alari and more. Subscribe today.

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Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast James Morehead

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James Morehead, author and Poet Laureate of Dublin, California, hosts The Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast, featuring original poems (and the stories behind the poetry), the business of publishing and interviews with poets and artists. Season 1 features poet Olivia Gatwood, artist Kari Byron, animator Gaia Alari and more. Subscribe today.

Twitter: @dublinranch
Instagram: @viewlesswings
Web: viewlesswings.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/viewlesswings/support

    Poets Take the Mic at Dublin's Splatter Festival 2022

    Poets Take the Mic at Dublin's Splatter Festival 2022

    This episode features eleven points, nine finalists (eight of whom performed live at the City of Dublin's Splatter Festival on Saturday September 10, 2022) and two honorable mentions. All have wonderful poetic focus covering a diversion range of topics.

    Finalists


    Kate McCarroll Moore
    Cara Sennott
    Ida Marie Beck
    Marie-Anne Poudret
    Rowena
    Tho Nguyen
    Carissa Maddox
    Inge Sorensen
    Sarah Abbett

    Honorable Mentions


    Ileia Thomas AKA Black Latina Lyrics
    Sterling Nguyen


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    • 59 min
    Yanyi's "Dream of the Divided Field" Explores the Separation of Self [INTERVIEW]

    Yanyi's "Dream of the Divided Field" Explores the Separation of Self [INTERVIEW]

    Yanyi is the author of Dream of the Divided Field (One World 2022) and The Year of Blue Water (Yale University Press 2019), winner of the 2018 Yale Series of Younger Poets Prize. His work has been featured in or at NPR’s All Things Considered, New York Public Library, Tin House, Granta, and A Public Space, and he is the recipient of fellowships from Asian American Writers’ Workshop and Poets House. He holds an MFA in Poetry from New York University. He was most recently poetry editor at Foundry. Currently, he teaches creative writing at large and gives creative advice at The Reading.


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    • 43 min
    Pamela Wax Explores the Healing Power of Poetry in "Walking the Labyrinth"

    Pamela Wax Explores the Healing Power of Poetry in "Walking the Labyrinth"

    Pamela Wax is the author of Walking the Labyrinth (Main Street Rag, 2022) and the forthcoming chapbook, Starter Mothers (Finishing Line Press). Her poems have received awards from Crosswinds Poetry Journal, Paterson Literary Review, Oberon Poetry Magazine and the Robinson Jeffers Tor House. Her publication credits include Barrow Street, Pensive, Connecticut River Review, Heron Tree, Glimpse, Mudfish, Pedestal, Pangyrus, Reed Magazine, Naugatuck River Review, Sixfold, Solstice, and Passengers Journal, among others. Pam is an ordained rabbi who facilitates spiritual poetry writing workshops and walks labyrinths in the Northern Berkshires of Massachusetts—or wherever she can find them. Her forthcoming website is www.pamelawax.com.

    A trigger warning. Please note that this interview, because of the subject matter and themes of Pamela’s new book Walking the Labyrinth, may touch on suicide. If you are having suicidal thoughts please reach out for support resources in your area.


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    • 45 min
    Behind the Scenes of a Local Bookseller with Tricia Huebner, Phoenix Books

    Behind the Scenes of a Local Bookseller with Tricia Huebner, Phoenix Books

    This week's episode of the Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast takes you behind the scenes of an independent bookstore courtesy of Phoenix Books in Rutland, Vermont. As writers and poets we have all spent many hours - and dollars - in bookstores. No online experience can replace walking down an aisle of bookshelves, searching for the poetry section, and being distracted by an intriguing book cover.

    Tricia Huebner is the co-owner of Phoenix Books in Rutland, Vermont which opened in 2015.  She grew up outside of New York City, has bachelor’s degrees in English and History, and moved to Vermont more than 40 years ago. When not working she is an avid reader and enjoys hiking, kayaking, cooking, traveling, and spending time at her cottage on Lake Champlain.


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    • 24 min
    Five Poets Recite (Nathalie Kuroiwa-Lewis, David Holper, Connor Simons, Norma DaCrema, Linda Drattell)

    Five Poets Recite (Nathalie Kuroiwa-Lewis, David Holper, Connor Simons, Norma DaCrema, Linda Drattell)

    The Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast August submitted poems episode features contributions from six wonderful contributions read by the poets. Different forms and themes are featured. The Viewless Wings Poetry Podcast explores the art of poetry through interviews with poets and artists including Safia Elhillo, A.E. Stallings, Olivia Gatwood, Regina Harris Baiocchi, Kari Byron, Lisa Marie Simmons and more.

    Featured in this episode:


    Saint Matthew’s Rectus Femoris by Nathalie Kuroiwa-Lewis
    Aubergine by David Holper
    The Ecstasy of St. Cecilia by Connor Simons
    Open Sesame by Norma DaCrema
    Paddington Park by Linda Drattell


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    • 21 min
    Sarah Kobrinsky Shares Poetry from "Nighttime on the Other Side of Everything"

    Sarah Kobrinsky Shares Poetry from "Nighttime on the Other Side of Everything"

    Sarah Kobrinsky was the 2013-2015 Poet Laureate of Emeryville, CA. She is the author of Nighttime on the Other Side of Everything (New Rivers Press, 2019). Her poems and stories have appeared in Magma Poetry, Red Light Lit, Eleven Eleven, Monkeybicycle, *82 Review, 100 Word Story, Fjords Review, among many others. She was long-listed for the 2019 University of Canberra Vice Chancellor's Poetry Prize. She was born in Canada, raised in North Dakota, seasoned in England, and tempered in California.


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    • 38 min

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