DK Mok lives in Sydney, Australia, and writes fantasy, science fiction and urban fantasy novels and short stories. DK grew up in libraries, immersed in lost cities and fantastic worlds, populated by quirky bandits and giant squid. She was a finalist in the Aurealis Awards for her short story 'Morning Star', and her urban fantasy novel, The Other Tree, was released in 2014 by Spence City.
DK graduated from UNSW with a degree in Psychology, pursuing her interest in both social justice and scientist humour. She’s fond of cephalopods, androids, global politics, rugged horizons, and science and technology podcasts. Her favourite fossil deposit is the Burgess Shale.