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Finch, Annie, ed., After New Formalism: Poets on Form, Narrative and Tradition, Story Line Press, 1999.

This collection of twenty-four essays explores the formal possibilities of contemporary poetry and the implications of formalism for poetic history, practice, and theory. Contributors include Dana Gioia, Mark Jarman, David Mason, Marilyn Nelson, Molly Peacock, Adrienne Rich, and others.

Lake, Paul, “Return to Metaphor: From Deep Imagist to New Formalist,” in Southwest Review, Vol. 74, Fall 1989, pp. 515-29.

Lake explores the different use of figurative language between the so-called deep image poets of the 1960s and 1970s and the New Formalists. He includes an analysis of Schnackenberg's poem “The Paperweight,” from Portraits and Elegies.

McPhillips, Robert, The New Formalism: A Critical Introduction, Textos Books, 2005.

This study of New Formalist poetry and poetics includes chapters on Schnackenberg (“Gjertrud Schnackenberg and the High Style”), Dana Gioia, Timothy Steele, and the verse satire of Tom Disch...

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