Sulari Gentill is the author of ten published novels, including the Rowland Sinclair Mysteries, a series of historical crime novels chronicling the life and adventures of her 1930s Australian gentleman artist, and the Hero Trilogy, based on the myths and epics of the ancient world. Sulari has contributed articles to a number of magazines and blogs, including Inside History, Newswrite and the Southerly. She has collaborated with National Gallery of Victoria to write a short fiction which was produced in audio to feature in the Fashion Detective Exhibition, and thereafter published by the NGV in both print and digital form. Sulari’s first novel was shortlisted for the 2011 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize – Best First Book. She won the 2012 Davitt Award for Crime Fiction, was shortlisted in 2013 Davitt Award, the NSW Genre Fiction Award, 2012 Boroondara Literary Award, and the 2013 Scarlett Stiletto Award. She was offered a Varuna Fellowship in 2010. Her latest publication, A Murder Unmentioned, was shortlisted for both the 2015 ABIA Award in the Best Adult Book by a Small Publisher category, and the 2015 Davitt Award. In 2015 was appointed as an ambassador of the Emerging Writers’ Festival and the Eminent Writer-in-Residence at the Australian Museum of Democracy. Sulari has featured as an author and a masterclass presenter at a large number of literary festivals and events.