The literary interaction of Shen Shanbao in her late life could be divided into two stages. The first stage covered her stay in Beijing with her husband; and the second stage covered her stay in Jin (Shanxi), again with her husband (before that period of time, she was visiting family in her home town in the South). When in Beijing, she was leading a relatively stable life, and her literary interaction with other literati and female poets was most active and effective. However, after moving to Jin, she seemed "off focused" because of the need to travel frequently between Bingzhou, Shuoping and Fenzhou. As the female poet followed her husband to the north region, Shen not only actively interacted with the female poets of the north but also continued to maintain a close connection with the southern female poets, establishing a link between the northern and southern female poets, and also promoting a greater degree of space and diversity for developing cultural and literal styles in the Reign of Dao-Xian (1821-1861). Essentially, this progress was closely related to social changes, reflecting the transition of the female poets from the traditional society to the modern society.