"Animalographies," life writing "by" and about animals, are examples of popular posthumanism where human subjectivity persists, while Donna Haraway's When Species Meet engages critical posthumanism by analyzing the "coshapings" of human and non-human, and melding autobiography, biography, image, and theory. Haraway's text interrogates agency, subjectivity, authenticity, and the ideological underpinnings of life writing.