He is one of the pioneers of The New in Iran. Originally founded in 1950, Khorus Jangi (Persian: خروس جنگی, The Fighting Cock) was a small artistic group that published a journal by same title. In the beginning, Khosus Jangi was not significantly different from other literary journals of the time.
A year later, however, Hushang Irani, the enfant terrible of modernist Persian poetry, joined the group.
Under his influence, the journal was transformed into a radical modernist literary journal. lieutenant published Irani"s poems, which no other literary journal of the day, and even almost no literary critics on those days, would dare to acknowledge as poetry.
Irani has shrewdly observed and anxiously realized how the potentials that Nima had introduced into Persian poetry were being co-opted: Nima and modernist Persian poetry were in the process of becoming mainstream. Understanding this double edge of youthful tradition, Irani had both praised and condemned Nima.
Some (Persian: چند دِسَن), Tehran, April 1952 From the book "Some " (Persian: چند دِسَن), Tehran, April 1952.