"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 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 coming out with the novel Galaxy's Edge: Black Spire, a tie-in for the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Park as well as another book entitled Star Wars The Skywalker Saga. Both books are set to release on September 3.

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

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