A new history of Modern Taiwan Poetry is urgently in demand; however, the yielded result from literary circle here in Taiwan is far from satisfaction. Among the insufficiencies, we at least could point out one salient phenomenon deserving close analysis and critique; that is, the voices of the poetry coterie and their poetry periodicals almost without exception monopolize the perspective of writing of history of modern poetry. Such situation will unfortunately ignore the heteroglossiac views and contributions from outputs from other literary groups in the development of modern poetry. This paper, therefore, will choose Literary Review (文學雜誌,1956-1960), a non-poetry periodical and non-poetry group literary magazine, as the object for study, trying to show and supplement the incompletion of the prevalent ”histories” through close reading and analysis of the poems and critical articles on poetry published there. At the end of this paper, a reading of such ”histories” as Yeh Shih-t'ao's 葉石濤 Outline of Taiwan Literature (台灣文學史網) will be used to illustrate the inadequacies in their re/presentation of Literary Review.