At the age of 92 years died a famous British writer Brian Aldiss. Reported by the Telegraph.
“It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our beloved father and grandfather. Brian died peacefully at home on your 92nd birthday,” reads a message posted by his family members on Twitter.
It is with great sadness we announce the death of our beloved father & grandfather. Brian died peacefully at home on his 92nd birthday ^TA
— Brian Aldiss (@brianaldiss) 21 August 2017 R.
Brian Wilson, Aldiss, is an English writer, who gained international fame for his writings in the genre of science fiction, particularly the trilogy “Helliconia” (1982-1985), and NF-criticism. The winner of the two most important literary awards in science fiction: Hugo (1962) and nebula (1965).