Tananarive Due

Tananarive Due, Executive Producer of Shudder’s documentary Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror, is an author, screenwriter and educator who is a leading voice in black speculative fiction. The American Book Award and NAACP Image Award winner’s novels include My Soul to Keep, The Good House and Joplin’s Ghost. She has received a Lifetime Achievement Award in the Fine Arts from the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, and her short story collection, Ghost Summer, won a British Fantasy Award. Due teaches Afrofuturism and a Black Horror course called The Sunken Place in the African-American Studies Department at UCLA. Due also co-wrote the Image Award-winning Tennyson Hardwick mystery novel series with her husband/collaborator Barnes in partnership with actor Blair Underwood.