I’m Tananarive Due, a novelist and screenwriter based in Southern California. I currently serve as the Cosby Chair in the Humanities at Spelman College, so I commute between Los Angeles and Atlanta. I have won an American Book Award and an NAACP Image Award. In 2013, my husband Steven Barnes and I co-produced and co-wrote a short horror film, “Danger Word,” directed by Luchina Fisher. I write novels, screenplays short stories and articles.
Welcome to my writing day.
I’m on Twitter @TananariveDue. I’m also on Facebook.