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"It was really fun to look at a character and get to decide why she was the way she was and what different parts of her wardrobe meant."
―Delilah S. Dawson, about "The Perfect Weapon"[src]

Delilah S. Dawson (born October 21, 1977) is an American author who wrote the short stories "The Perfect Weapon," set before the events of Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens,[1] and "Scorched," a prequel to Claudia Gray's novel Bloodline, published in Star Wars Insider 165.[2]

It was revealed on April 7, 2017 that Dawson would be one of the authors contributing to the anthology book From a Certain Point of View.[6] It was later announced at Celebration Orlando that she would also write the novel Phasma.[3]

A currently unknown Star Wars project written by Dawson was announced at New York Comic Con 2017.[7]

It was later announced that she would be writing the novel Galaxy's Edge: Black Spire, a tie-in for the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Park, as well as another book entitled The Skywalker Saga. Black Spire was released on August 27, 2019, while the latter had a September 23, 2019 release.

Dawson also wrote the Blud series and the young-adult novels Servants of the Storm and Hit.[5]

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