Peter Straub

Peter Straub

Peter Francis Straub (born 1943) is an American author and poet, most famous for his work in the horror genre. His horror fiction has received numerous literary honors such as the Bram Stoker Award, World Fantasy Award, and International Horror Guild Award, placing him among the most-honored horror authors in recent history.

Links

Peter Straub's Official Website.
Peter Straub. Wikipedia.

Photo: Australian author Rob Hood (left) and American author Peter Straub (right) at the World Fantasy Convention. Photo Author: Catriona Sparks. Photo source: Wikimedia Commons.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee July 01, 2009
Book Covers
Julia6.80
If You Could See Me Now5.60
Ghost Story6.50
Shadowland
The General's Wife
Floating Dragon6.30
Under Venus
The Talisman (Talisman #1)7.96
Koko (Blue Rose Trilogy #1)4.66
Mystery (Blue Rose Trilogy #2)
Houses Without Doors
Mrs. God
The Throat (Blue Rose Trilogy #3)
The Hellfire Club
Peter Straub's Ghosts
Mr. X
Magic Terror
Black House (Talisman #2)7.86
Lost Boy Lost Girl
In the Night Room
5 Stories
Poe's Children
A Dark Matter
The Skylark
A Special Place: The Heart of a Dark Matter
The Juniper Tree and Other Blue Rose Stories
Pork Pie Hat
The Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine

Speculative Fiction Novels (24)


2012 | fantasy, horror

2010 | horror
(Blue Rose Trilogy)
2010 | horror

2010 | horror

2010 | horror

2010 | horror

2007 | horror, short stories

2004 | horror

2003 | horror
(Talisman #2)
2001 | fantasy

2000 | horror, short stories

1999 | horror
(Blue Rose Trilogy #3)
1993 | horror
(Blue Rose Trilogy #2)
1990 | horror

1990 | horror, short stories

1990 | fantasy, horror
(Blue Rose Trilogy #1)
1988 | horror
(Talisman #1)
1984 | fantasy

1983 | horror

1982 | horror

1980 | fantasy, horror

1979 | horror

1977 | horror

1975 | horror

Comics and Anthology (2)


2008 | horror, anthology

1995 | horror, anthology

Others non-spefi books (2)


1995 | thriller

1984 | mainstream