John Kerrigan, "Notes from the Homefront: Contemporary British Poetry," Essays in Criticism 54.2 (April 2004): 103-27.
For a lecture focusing on the domestic in British poetry, it seems a bit strange that the Martian poets, Craig Raine especially, get most of the ink. British Feminist writers occupy three paragraphs. The Martian movement more or less died a quiet death in the 1980s: Is 20 to 30 year old work really still contemporary? With a subject as vast as the shift in domestic paradigms and poets' reactions to it, it's a shame that Kerrigan brought only two approaches into discussion.