S.K. Wilson is an Australian author raised in the Thunderdome that is the Western suburbs of Sydney during the early 80s and 90s. Like many of their generation, they developed a moral code and learned valuable life lessons from the public service announcements of various cartoon characters. Always preferring the realm of imagination to the relative dullness of so-called reality, S.K. has striven to live in their own unique style. When a global pandemic provided the opportunity to be unemployed and move back home with their mother, they finally completed the greatest achievement of their life: their first novel. Other achievements of note are an honours degree researching inappropriate humour in puppets, once consuming thirty pieces of sushi in one meal, and the very mild superpower for trains to arrive two minutes early.