Matteo Di Giulio is born in 1976 in Milan, but actually he lives in Bremen, Germany. He works as a novelist, translator and editorial consultant.
As a film critic he worked with several film festivals and magazines. While deputy director of the Rome's Asian Film Festival, he co-edited Non è tempo di eroi (2008), dedicated to the work of Hong Kong movie director Johnnie To. His essays have been translated into english and chinese.
His fiction novels are La Milano d'acqua e sabbia (2009), runner-up at the Belgioioso Giallo Prize, Quello che brucia non ritorna (2010), I delitti delle sette virtù (2013), Figli della stessa rabbia (2016), Indagine al Giambellino (2017) and La congiura delle tre pergamene (2017). He published short stories in collective works and in newspaper as "Velvet - La Repubblica".