Meet Author Andrew F. Gulli

Andrew F. Gulli was born in Detroit, but when he was just two, he and his parents moved to Athens, Greece. It was during his childhood in Athens that Gulli’s passion for mysteries began to develop.In 1999, Gulli was offered the job of managing editor of The Strand Magazine. Guided by his editorial vision, the magazine has earned a reputation among readers for publishing high quality fiction by best-selling authors.

In addition to being an editor, Gulli also writes short stories (under a pseudonym), is an accomplished portrait artist whose work has been exhibited at art shows and has done consulting work for documentary producers. He is the editor of No Rest For the Dead, a serial novel that hits bookstores this month.

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