New York School
The New York School of poetry began around 1960 in New York City. Heavily influenced by surrealism and modernism, the poetry of the New York School was serious but also ironic, and incorporated an urban sensibility into much of the work.
|name||years||schools & movements|
|Jorie Graham||1950-||New York School|
|Larry Fagin||New York School|
|Ted Berrigan||1934-1983||Beat, New York School|
|Bill Berkson||1939-||New York School|
|John Ashbery||1927-||Romanticism, New York School|