Acclaimed horror writer Peter Straub has died.
Bloody Disgusting reported that Peter Straub died at the age of 79. The issue has also been confirmed by Stephen King, who wrote novels in collaboration with Straub, with the following tweet:
It’s a happy day for me because FAIRY TALE is published.
It’s a sad day because my good friend and amazingly talented colleague and collaborator, Peter Straub, has passed away. Working with him was one of the great joys of my creative life.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) September 6, 2022
Peter Straub and Stephen King’s joint novels Talismaani and House of Darkness have also been published in Finnish. Straub’s other works translated into Finnish include Juliet, If you saw me, Kummitusjuttu, Lohiäikme and Koko.
In addition to horror novels, World Fantasy and Bram Stoker award-winning Peter Straub also wrote poems.
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