Daphne Marlatt co-author
1988 gynergy books/Ragweed Press
Out of print, limited number still available from Betsy. Sells for $184 on Amazon.
In this 1988 ground-breaking collaboration, Betsy Warland and Daphne Marlatt travel across Australia, writing their way into the doubleness or duplicity of language, of collaboration, of the Other, settler, and aboriginal, and homoeroticism in an air-conditioned train car – the Australian Nullarbor Desert on either side of their minds. Double Negative rejects the prevailing notion of woman as negative space and writes woman in the positive.