Trilby Kent

TRILBY KENT was born in Toronto, Ontario, but grew up in cities on both sides of the Atlantic. After completing degrees at Oxford University and The London School of Economics, she worked in the rare books department at a prominent auction house before turning to journalism and finally writing her first book, the critically acclaimed Medina Hill. Her second book, Stones for My Father, won the TD Children's Literature Award, and her third, Once, In a Town Called Moth, was nominated for the Governor General's Literary Award. After years living in England, she now resides in Toronto with her family