This article conducted social network analysis based on data built around the poetry magazines of literary coterie of the late 1930s. Assuming that many individuals are included in poetry magazines of literary coterie, the goal of this paper was to examine the relationship between poetry and poets and newly examine the existing literary history. An examination of research methods for performing social network analysis is followed by an examination of the groups formed between the poetry magazines of literary coterie as established through network analysis. It can be seen that the poetry magazines of literary coterie can be divided into three groups, focusing on the overlap of places, editors, poets. At the same time, the power of the relationships could be examined through the weight between each poetry magazine of literary coterie. The networks between poets were also analyzed through centrality. Most influential poets, according to degree centrality and closeness centrality, were found to have led the publication and editing of poetry. By confirming the poets connecting the groups of poetry magazines of literary coteries through betweenness centrality, it was found that there were poets who operated poems in addition to the presentation of works.
Through this process, the new possibilities of literary history were reviewed by paying attention to invisible poets in literary history.