Sean Dixon is a playwright, novelist and actor. He co-founded the influential Winnipeg theatre collective primus, providing the narratives for their performances Dog Day, Alkoremmi and The Night Room. Three of his plays were collected in AWOL: Three Plays for Theatre SKAM (2002). Sean's first novel, The Girls Who Saw Everything, was named one of the Best Booksof 2007 by Quill & Quire. With his second novel, The Many Revenges of Kip Flynn (2011), he has been called 'the true inheritor of [Gwendolyn] MacEwen's mythopoeic legacy.' He is also the author of two books for young readers, The Feathered Cloak and The Winter Drey. He lives in Toronto with his wife, documentary filmmaker Katerina Cizek.