Tag: Tananarive Due

The Horror Noire Syllabus

Our friends at the Graveyard Shift Sisters have provided a syllabus in association with the outstanding documentary on Black horror, Horror Noire (2019). “[Ashlee Blackwell] and executive producers Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman and Tananarive Due present a digital, living document we hope will guide further inquiry into […]

“100 Favorite Horror Stories”

NPR shares a list of excellent horror stories. Readers sent in 7,000 stories and judges Tananarive Due, Grady Hendrix, Ruthanna Emrys and Stephen Graham Jones winnowed them down to a list of 100. “As with our other reader polls, this isn’t meant to be a ranked or comprehensive […]

Horror, Black Female Identity and Taking Agency

Graveyard Shift Sisters shares Kinitra Brooks’ “close examination of the books of Tananarive Due, her African Immortals series that centers around the main character Jessica Jacobs-Wolde and L.A. Banks’ Vampire Huntress Legend series focus on Damali Richards and discusses how speculative fiction is ripe for transformative work on Black female […]