Jane Rawson was born and raised in Canberra and now lives in Melbourne’s west with a bagel-baking husband and two good-looking cats. For money, she writes about technology and social justice for a non-profit IT company. Her first novel, A Wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists, was shortlisted for the Aurealis Award for Best Science Fiction Novel and won the Small Press Network’s Most Underrated Book Award. She is the author of a non-fiction guide to surviving and living with climate change called The Handbook. Formaldehyde won the 2015 Seizure Viva La Novella Prize.