Since 1983, Danielle LaFrance has mostly resided on the stolen lands of the Musqueam, Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, Stó:lō , 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 usually works full-time as a Community Librarian at nə́c̓aʔmat ct Strathcona Branch of the Vancouver Public Library, but has taken a break until December 1st.   

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.