Dy lives and writes in Adelaide, South Australia. Her partner is a great cook and doesn't mind when she forgets to eat dinner (much). She has a 10 year old daughter with goldilocks hair and a dry sense of humour; shares a house with two dogs, two cats, three overseas students, a screeching Indian parrot and several fish. She longs for the day that her daughter stops bringing home refugee animals. Stepping over snails on the staircase at 3 am is no fun.
Her background is in classics, anthropology and social work and she spent much of her childhood travelling throughout south-east Asia and the south Pacific, learning about other cultures.
Her days are spent writing, spending time with family and friends and chatting with crit buddies. If she's not on the computer you can find her reading, working with her crit group, wondering if she should clean up, daydreaming, drawing, haunting antiquarian bookshops or researching her latest novel.
Dy is a graduate of the Odyssey Science Fiction Fantasy Workshop of 2012 and has a MA in Creative Writing from Adelaide Uni.
You can find Dy at her website: dyloveday.com