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An Evening with Tananarive Due

An Evening with Tananarive Due

Author. Journalist. Film historian. Podcaster. Tananarive Due wears a lot of hats and wears them very well. In 2002, she garnered the American Book Award for The Living Blood, the second novel in her African Immortal tetralogy. And for this event, she’ll be reading from last year’s acclaimed title, The Reformatory, a horror tale set in the already horrific Jim Crow South. But for as much as her supernatural/mystery/speculative fiction works have given her a storied (ahem) career, Due has been very active of late in film/TV, working with institutions like the horror streaming service Shudder and acclaimed filmmaker Jordan Peele. Whatever amount of time Due has to talk about her myriad endeavors, it won’t be enough.

The Beverly Theater
07:30 PM - 08:30 PM on Fri, 5 Apr 2024

Event Supported By

Black Mountain Institute

Artist Group Info

Tananarive Due
The Beverly Theater
515 S 6th St
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
(702) 660-3906