For this issue of Poetry Is Dead, we are interested in the poem that makes difficulty visible. The untidy poem. The apparently struggling poem.
Send us your prose-poems, your poems about super-jerks and teenaged sidekicks, failed mad scientists and drunk warrior goddesses.
Poems that “shirk” adult responsibility and experiment into those “youthful” feelings of infiniteness, earnestness, and angst.
Featured in the Youth [Culture] issue of Poetry Is Dead is The Braille Project, which explores the incidental beauty of a language system not meant to be seen, placing emphasis on texture and touch.
In the "Youth [Culture]" issue of Poetry Is Dead, Dani Couture provided one of her Poetry Fortune Tellers available to download and print.