Danielle LaFrance lives, writes, and works on occupied and stolen xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, and səl̓ílwətaʔɬ lands. She is the author of Species Branding (CUE, 2010), Friendly + Fire (Talonbooks, 2016), and the chapbook Pink Slip (SIC, 2013). Between 2012-2016, she co-organized the feminist materialist collective and journal series About a Bicycle, with Anahita Jamali Rad. Spanish-English poetry translations have been published in the online magazine inPeregrinos y sus Letras and in The Capilano Review. Her writing is marked with militancy, feminism, resistance, and "a cappella pornography" (Cam Scott) that relentlessly aims to look at and break apart the radical root of things. Her recent project #postdildo consists of a reading group, reading series, and a book of experimental essays and poems, chewing over sexual fantasies, relationality and communication, sexual violence, and different socialities.