Andrei Gusev

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Andrei Gusev
Andrei Gusev in 2000
Andrei Gusev in 2000
BornAndrei Evgenievich Gusev
(1952-10-27) 27 October 1952 (age 69)
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Occupationwriter, novelist, journalist, inventor
CitizenshipSoviet (1952–91)
Russian (1992–present)
Alma materMoscow Engineering Physics Institute
Genrefiction, fantasy, thriller, erotica
Literary movementPostmodernism
Notable worksWith Chronos' Permit
On the Edge of Magellanic Clouds
The World According to Novikoff

Andrei Evgenievich Gusev (Russian: Андрей Евгеньевич Гусев, born 27 October 1952) is a Russian writer and journalist. He is the author of 10 inventions, 23 published scientific works.[1] One of his co-authors is a winner of the Nobel Prize, a legend of the Soviet physics, the academician Alexander Prokhorov.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

Andrei Gusev was born in former Soviet Union, in Moscow. His parents were engineers. His father Evgeny Gusev was born in Chernihiv Oblast of Ukraine; his mother Rosalind Maltseva was born in Moscow.[3]

Andrei Gusev graduated the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute in 1975. The next eleven years he worked as a scientific employee (a medical physicist) in public health services. Also in these years he received a medical education.[4]


Andrei Gusev in Moscow, 2009

In 1990 Andrei Gusev became a correspondent of the daily "Moskovskij Komsomolets". Later he worked as the special correspondent of the All-Russia "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" and dep. editor-in-chief of the youth newspaper "Stupeni".[5][6]

Since 1993 Andrei Gusev serves as editor-in-chief of "The New Medical Gazette" (published in Russian).[7]

Andrei Gusev is the author of several hundreds articles in "Moskovskij Komsomolets", "Rossiyskaya Gazeta", "Sovetskaya Rossiya", "Vechernyaya Moskva", "The Moscow News", "Stupeni", "The New Medical Gazette", magazines "Auto M", "Stolitza", "Yatt" etc.[1]

Within work in "Stupeni" the first books of the writer were published: a collection "Ticket to America" (1992) and "Presentation" (1993). Then he published "Mister Novelist" (1994), "With Chronos' Permit" (1995), "The Russian Story" (1996) and also the story collection "On the Edge of Magellanic Clouds" (1998).[4] He published his novels "The Painter & Eros" and "Role Plays" in 2003 and "The World According to Novikoff" in 2006. In his prose in the 2010s Andrei Gusev developed the themes of BDSM subculture in Russia.[8] Themes include female domination, bondage, erotic spanking and BDSM fiction.[9][10][11][12]

Andrei Gusev served as a prototype[13] for one of the main characters – Andrei Lebedev, a journalist of the newspaper Moskovskij Bogomolets, which is very similar to the famous Moskovskij Komsomolets – in the thriller novel Journalists by Sergei Aman. In the novel by the same author Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die![14] Gusev was described under his own name, as a journalist Andrei Gusev.

Personal life[edit]

Andrei Gusev lives in Moscow. He was married twice and divorced twice. The first wife – Nina Guseva (née Odnoletko), worked as a nurse; the second wife – Ivetta Sarkisyan, philologist by education. He has two daughters.[3] His hobby is beekeeping.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Andrei Gusev "PRESENTATION", motley stories, Moscow, 1993.
  • Andrew E. Gusev "MISTER NOVELIST", stories and short stories, Moscow, 1994.
  • Andrei E. Gusev "WITH CHRONOS’ PERMIT", stories, film-novel, Moscow, 1995.
  • Andrei E. Gusev "THE RUSSIAN STORY", novel, Moscow, 1996.
  • "ON THE EDGE OF MAGELLANIC CLOUDS", collection of the stories and short stories, Moscow, 1998, publishing house "Probel", ISBN 5-89346-012-X.
  • Andrei E. Gusev "THE PAINTER & EROS", novel, Moscow, 2003, publishing house "West-Consulting", ISBN 5-85511-011-7.
  • Andrei E. Gusev "ROLE PLAYS", stories, Moscow, 2003, publishing house "West-Consulting".
  • Andrei E. Gusev "The World According to Novikoff", novel, Moscow, 2006, publishing house "West-Consulting", ISBN 978-5-903321-02-5.


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  1. ^ a b Biography of Andrei E. Gusev
  2. ^ "Патенты автора ГУСЕВ АНДРЕЙ ЕВГЕНЬЕВИЧ". Archived from the original on 17 March 2014. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  3. ^ a b "Andrei E. Gusev in Rodovid". Archived from the original on 19 January 2019. Retrieved 5 November 2020.
  4. ^ a b "Andrei E. Gusev on". Archived from the original on 23 March 2016. Retrieved 16 March 2016.
  5. ^ НА ПОРОГЕ XXI ВЕКА, Всероссийский ежегодник, М., "Московский Парнас", 2002 (с.92)
  6. ^ Всероссийский ежегодник НА ПОРОГЕ XXI ВЕКА, М., "Московский Парнас", 2006 (с.85)
  7. ^ "The New Medical Gazette" («Новая медицинская газета») Archived 2 March 2014 at the Wayback Machine (in Russian)
  8. ^ The story “The Writers’s Wife Likes BDSM” («Жена писателя играет в BDSM») — on the site of public fund "Union of writers of Moscow", 2016 (in Russian)
  9. ^ «Русский писатель обожает role plays» (“The Russian Writer Loves Role Plays”) Archived 29 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine — a novel by Andrei Gusev (in Russian)
  10. ^ Повесть «Жена писателя играет в BDSM» (“The Writers’s Wife Likes BDSM”) Archived 15 February 2017 at the Wayback Machine — in Lady's Club, 2016 (in Russian)
  11. ^ Повесть «Консуммация в Момбасе» (“Consummation in Mombasa”) Archived 9 June 2020 at the Wayback Machine — in Lady’s Club, 2017 (in Russian)
  12. ^ “Our Wild Sex in Malindi” Archived 9 October 2020 at the Wayback Machine — a novel by Andrei Gusev (in Russian)
  13. ^ Анатолий Макаров "Диалог ума и сердца" Archived 27 July 2014 at the Wayback Machine, "Радио Культура", 19 октября 2013 г.
  14. ^ Аман С. «Всё будет хорошо, мы все умрём!» Эротическо-героический эпос. — М.: ИД «Флюид ФриФлай», 2018. — ISBN 978-5-906827-70-8
  15. ^ "Фантастика: кто есть кто". Archived from the original on 17 March 2014. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
  16. ^ "Памятные даты российской фантастики, октябрь 2002 (27 октября)". Archived from the original on 17 March 2014. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
  17. ^ "Сто лет со дня рождения". Archived from the original on 3 March 2014. Retrieved 24 February 2017.

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