In the night of Thursday, June 15, in one of Moscow hospitals at the 53 th year of life died writer and journalist Bayan Shiryanov (real name Kirill Vorobyev), the fame that brought the novel «Lower class» about the life of addicts.
According to RBC, Vorobiev died in the 31st Moscow hospital, apparently from cirrhosis of the liver.
The publication says that in 2015, Vorobyov was diagnosed with «encephalopathy of the brain.» Until may 2015 he was in the hospital and then was discharged for treatment at home. In may 2017, the writer again went to the hospital with the diagnosis «liver cirrhosis».
According to Wikipedia, Bayan Shiryanov (Kirill Borisovich Vorobyov) was born in Kirov in 1964. He started as a writer of prose crime in the late 1990-ies. Since 1996, earned solely literature. The first texts Seranova was published on the Internet, when it was known under nicknames Murashova and Kira Kir Mochalkin. The most controversial of them, the «Lower class», has hit the Internet by accident, without the knowledge of the author. Acclaim the novel has received after winning in network competition «Art-Teneta-97». In 2000, the «Pilot» was published in «Ad Marginem» in 5000 copies. There was a scandal. The book was immediately forbidden to sell in the store, «Biblio-Globus».
Late submission of the movement «Walking together» a writer interested in the Prosecutor’s office. The case was brought under article 242 of the criminal code, which punishes the distribution of pornographic materials. 25 Aug 2005 the Basmanny court of Moscow ruled in the case of an acquittal.
Shirjanov was also the author of «the Monastery» (2002), «tomb of the Mad» (2002), «Entertaining sexual pathology» (2002), «the Supreme maneuvers» (2002), «Duel» (2003), «the Middle class» (2002), «the Sexton» (2003), «Werewolf» (2003).