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D. K. Mok D. K. Mok i(6374532 works by) (a.k.a. DK Mok)
Gender: Female
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DK Mok graduated from the University of New South Wales with a degree in Psychology, and lives in Sydney. Fond of cephalopods, androids, global politics, rugged horizons, science and technology podcasts she writes fantasy, science fiction and urban fantasy novels and short stories.

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The Moon Collector 2018 single work short story fantasy
— Appears in: Under the Full Moon's Light 2018; (p. 84-106)

'When the moon is mysteriously snatched from the sky, outcast warrior Ora must venture beyond the stars, to the realm of the forgotten gods, to retrieve her world's stolen moon.'

Source: Author's website.

2018 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Young Adult Division Short Story
Junkyard Kraken 2018 single work short story science fiction fantasy
— Appears in: Mother of Invention 2018; (p. 21-28)

A scientist draws from myth and legend to create mimetic robots for exploration and discovery.

2019 shortlisted Ditmar Awards Best Short Story
The Spider and the Stars 2018 single work short story science fiction
— Appears in: Glass and Gardens : Solarpunk Summers 2018; (p. 10-30)

'One summer’s eve, a spellbinding tale of stargazing spiders ensnares the heart of 5-year-old Del, setting her on a path that will weave together the worlds of entomology, biomimetics, and humanity’s dreams of distant galaxies.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2019 shortlisted International Awards Washington Science Fiction Small Press Award
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