The bibliography created by Emily Critchley's "'[D]oubts, Complications and Distractions': Rethinking the Role of Women in Language Poetry" in Hot Gun!, issue #1, is a really great reminder of how much talk there was about gender in the theoretical and/or explanatory work written by women associated with language writing in the late 80s/early 90s. I should add, if there was one. The end notes, I mean.
In same issue, amused by scathing review of Marc Voge's presentation skills which ends with "the hot lady in the business suit." Then on next page review of Keston Sutherland's Hot White Andy. Bikini bottomed lady on the cover. Clothed old man on the back. Overleaf of their respective chests.