Horror author, screenplay and comics writer, journalist, and film reviewer Philip Nutman, 50, died on October 7, 2013 of acute organ failure in an Atlanta Hospital. Born on July 9, 1963 in the UK, Nutman started writing as a movie reviewer at an early age, moving on to being a feature journalist for numerous magazines internationally. He wrote one novel, Wet Work (Jove, 1993), nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for First Novel, and his short fiction has appeared in numerous horror anthologies. He also worked on over 50 comics and more than a dozen screenplays. He is survived by his wife, Maria Theresa Ugot.
A full obituary will appear the November issue of Locus.