Titus Muller

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Titus Müller, 2010

Titus Müller (born October 15, 1977 in Leipzig ) is a German writer who mainly writes historical novels .


Titus Müller was born as the second son of Matthias Müller, pastor of the Seventh-day Adventists , and his wife Ulrike, a pediatric nurse .

He studied literature, history and journalism in Berlin .

In March 1998 he founded the literary magazine Federwelt . In 2002 he was co-founder of the group of authors of the historical novel "Quo Vadis" and in the early years its spokesman. The circle of authors was dissolved in 2014. In the years of its existence, it has organized literary nights in eleven different cities and published four collective novels in the Aufbau Verlag .

In 2002, at the age of 24, Müller published his first novel The Calligrapher of the Bishop . Thirteen novels have been published to date, most recently Nachtauge , a novel that refers to the bombing of the Möhne reservoir as part of Operation Chastise , and The Day X about the uprising of June 17, 1953 in the GDR, as well as The golden years of Franz Tausend about the editor of the Weltbühne Carl von Ossietzky and the impostor Franz Tausend .

In 2005, Müller was the first to win the CS Lewis Prize . The award-winning story was published as Perry Rhodan booklet No. 2319 on January 27, 2006 under the title The Settlers of Vulgate and in the same year as an independent, expanded novel.

In spring 2014 he was accepted into the PEN writers' association (PEN Club).

Müller lives in Landshut and is a member of the Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen party . He is married and has two sons.




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  1. Note on the dissolution of the “ Authors' Circle Historical Roman Quo Vadis ” see information on co-founder Titus Müller under Das HistoJournal Author Portrait - Titus Müller , online at histojournal.de
  2. Day X at randomhouse.de
  3. The golden years of Franz Tausend at randomhouse.de
  4. ^ Writer Christoph Hein new PEN Honorary President , on Focus.de on May 18, 2014.
  5. Kreisverband Mühldorf am Inn , accessed on August 22, 2018
  6. Kreisverband Mühldorf am Inn , accessed on August 22, 2018
  7. 2005 CS Lewis Prize , accessed June 27, 2011.
  8. The Histo-King of 2013 , accessed on June 16, 2014.