Since 1983, Danielle LaFrance has mostly resided on the stolen lands of the Musqueam, Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. 

She is the author of Species Branding (CUE 2010), Friendly + Fire (Talonbooks 2016), and the chapbook Pink Slip (SIC 2013). A forthcoming book JUST LIKE I LIKE IT is expected Autumn 2019 via Talonbooks.

She works full-time as a Community Librarian at nə́c̓aʔmat ct Strathcona Branch of the Vancouver Public Library.   

She has been schooled both in and out of the university system and officially prefers out. She wants to substitute para-academics for something other. She routinely organises reading groups and/or attends them. 

Her new poetry project is called #postdildo.

She calls herself a militant. 

She is invested in listening and/or addressing and/or responding to the radical root of things. Such radical roots involve desire and sexuality, relationships and communication, subjectivity production, BDSM, total war, self-abolition, materiality, and, always, revolutionary possibilities.