Sanna Hartnor, born in 1986, lives and works in Malmö.

Apart from being a poet, she works with music and stage performances.

Her debut Hamnen (“The Harbor”) is a tragic and humorous, contemporary depiction of a newly built, exclusive residential area by the sea. It is about gentrification, Scandinavia, architecture, moss graffiti, class, materials that won’t be domesticated, the ancient sea and its dark depths. In 2015 Hamnen was nominated for the “Katapult Prize”, the Swedish Writers’ Union award for the best debut of the year, and in 2017 Sanna Hartnor received the “Mare Kandre Award”.