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Hannah Kent was born on 1985 in Adelaide, Australia, is a Writer. Discover Hannah Kent's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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In 2017 it was confirmed that Jennifer Lawrence would play the role of Agnes Magnúsdóttir in a film adaptation.

Shortlisted for the University of Queensland Fiction Book Award 2017

Shortlisted for the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction 2017

Shortlisted for the Walter Scott Award for Historical Fiction (UK) 2017

Shortlisted for the Indie Books Award for Literary Fiction 2017

Shortlisted for the ABIA Literary Fiction Book of the Year Award 2017

Winner of the Prix Critiqueslibres Decouvrir Étranger 2017


Kent's second novel The Good People (2016) is set in Ireland's County Kerry in 1825. It is the story of widow's struggle to find a cure for her grandson who has been struck down by a mysterious inability to speak and who is feared by others in this superstitious community as a changeling.


Shortlisted for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2015


Winner of the ABIA Literary Fiction Book of the Year 2014

Winner of the Davitt Awards Reader's Choice 2014

Winner of the ABA Nielsen Bookdata Bookseller's Choice Award 2014

Winner of the Booktopia People's Choice Award 2014

Winner of the Indie Awards Debut Fiction of the Year 2014

Winner of the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards People's Choice Award 2014

Winner of the SMH Best Young Australian Novelist 2014

Shortlisted for the National Book Awards International Author of the Year 2014

Shortlisted for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction 2014

Shortlisted for the Victorian Premier's Prize for Fiction 2014


A documentary about Kent's experiences in Iceland and writing Burial Rites was aired on ABC1 as an episode of Australian Story titled 'No More Than a Ghost,' on 1 July 2013.

Published in May 2013, Burial Rites tells the story of Agnes Magnúsdóttir, a servant in northern Iceland who was condemned to death after the murder of two men, one of whom was her employer, and became the last woman put to death in Iceland. Kent was drawn to the idea of writing her story after a visit to the scene of the woman's execution in a lonely area of Iceland, close to where she stayed for some time as a Rotary student when she was 18. The novel crafts a more ambiguous, sympathetic image of the life of a woman widely regarded in popular opinion to have been 'an inhumane witch, stirring up murder'. It has been translated into thirty languages.

Shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award 2013

Shortlisted for the NIB Waverley Award for Literature 2013


In 2011 she won the inaugural Writing Australia Unpublished Manuscript Award for her novel Burial Rites.


In 2010, Kent co-founded the Australian literary journal Kill Your Darlings.


Hannah Kent (born 1985) is an Australian writer and author.