Dominique Wilson is an Australian author best known for her short stories and her work with the literary magazine, Wet Ink. Her first novel, The Yellow Papers, explores the cultural links of Australia and China through the eyes of one Chinese immigrant, Chen Mu. Chen Mu is born in China but eventually finds himself in outback Australia, after being forced to flee his home country at the age of 7.
Dominique was born in Algiers to French parents and moved to Australia with her family when she was a young child. She has published many short stories, and in 2005 established Wet Ink, a magazine devoted to new Australian fiction, poetry and non-fiction. (The last issue of Wet Ink was published in 2012.) She also helped establish the Adelaide branch of International PEN.