I am a published poet and a part of my local literary community. In my MFA program, the joke was that poetry is dead and only poets read poetry these days. However, I would argue that poetry is making a comeback, but not in a traditional sense. With the rise of Instagram poetry and writers like Rupi Kaur who have broken the form down to be more accessible to younger readers, I have noticed a surge in attendance at local poetry events. Younger writers, in large part, are responsible for this surge. Poetry is not limited to the archaic (albeit beautiful) fixed form of the 19th century anymore. Is this a good thing, or do you think we're watering down a challenging art form?