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Tanja Bruske

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Tanja Bruske (2018)

Tanja Monique Bruske-Guth , also known under her pseudonym Lucy Guth, (born 23 November 1978 in Hanau, Germany) is a German writer and journalist.[1]

Early life[edit]

Tanja Bruske grew up in Marköbel near Hanau, where she lives today.

She attended the Otto Hahn School in Hanau, where she graduated from high school in 1998, and then studied German literature and theater, film and media studies at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main until 2002. She wrote her master's thesis on Tabletop role-playing game. "During her studies she gained practical experience as a journalist with Hit Radio FFH and RTL, to name a few." After completing her studies, she volunteered at the Gelnhäuser Neue Zeitung, where she still works today.[2] Bruske is a member of the Deutscher Journalisten-Verband.


Tanja Bruske has been writing since elementary school age. Her first fantasy novel, "Das ewige Lied", was released in 2007 after winning the competition "Hessen's most auspicious manuscript" by radio station FFH. With the Kinzigtal Trilogy Bruske wrote from 2013 three mystery thrillers who play in their home region, the Main-Kinzig-Kreis. Since 2019, her historical fantasy novels have appeared in the "Schlüssel der Zeit" series, which is conceived on 18 volumes and each of which tells a story from a location in the Main-Kinzig district.[3] Since 2014, Bruske has been active under her pseudonym Lucy Guth as a science fiction author and has so far written 21 dime novels, alone or in collaboration with other authors, for various series; including Maddrax and Perry Rhodan. Bruske has written and published five plays.[4]


In 2018 Tanja Bruske was named "Stadtschreiberin von Eggenburg" for her novella "Der Henker und die Hexe" as part of the Eggenburg Medieval Festival.[5]


Scientific works[edit]

  • Die Fantasy-Rollenspiele "Das Schwarze Auge" und "Advanced Dungeons and Dragons" als Medienverbundangebote. Grin Verlag, München 2002. ISBN 9783640354955 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..

Single novels[edit]

Kinzigtal Trilogy[edit]

Schlüssel der Zeit[edit]

Dime novels (as Lucy Guth)[edit]

Short stories (selection)[edit]



  1. "So war es auf der Buchmesse Main-Kinzig". fnp (in Deutsch). April 23, 2018. Retrieved August 18, 2019.
  2. "Griff nach den Sternen". gnz.de (in Deutsch). Retrieved August 18, 2019.
  3. "Bad Orber Blättche: "Schlüssel der Zeit": Tanja Bruske-Guth kommt am Montag, 24. Juni, nach Bad Orb". bad-orber-blaettche.de (in Deutsch). Retrieved August 18, 2019.
  4. "Die Feuerwehr in Rosarot". hna.de (in Deutsch). January 8, 2012. Retrieved August 18, 2019.
  5. mmthurner (September 10, 2018). "Stadtschreiber gesucht – und gefunden". Michael Marcus Thurner (in Deutsch). Retrieved August 18, 2019.
  6. "Maddrax – Postapokalyptische Romanheft-Serie bei Bastei Entertainment" (in Deutsch). Bastei Lübbe AG.

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