Daniela Catrileo (b. Santiago, 1987) is a writer, artist, activist, and professor of philosophy. She is a member of the Colectivo Mapuche Rangiñtulewfü and part of the editorial team for Yene, a digital magazine featuring art, writing, and critical thought from across Wallmapu and the Mapuche diaspora. While Catrileo is perhaps best known as a poet, she has published works in a wide array of genres. These include two collections of poetry: Río herido (2016) and Guerra florida (2018), two chapbooks: El territorio del viaje (2017, 2022) and Las aguas dejaron de unirse a otras aguas (2020), and a book of short stories: Piñen (2019). Her other projects explore artistic formats such as performance, video art, and sound-visual poetry, and include the following works: Mari pura warangka küla pataka mari meli: 18.314 (2018), Llekümün (2020), La escritura del río (2021), and Weludungun (2022).