PODCAST: Ghostly Stories From Tananarive Due
About the Book
In her debut collection of short fiction, GHOST SUMMER Tananarive Due escorts us down the supernatural path with stories that raise the anxiety of readers, subtlely growing the fear and fright. Due takes us to Gracetown, a small Florida town that has both literal and figurative ghost; into future scenarios that seem all too real; and provides empathetic portraits of those whose lives are touched by Otherness. Featuring an award-winning novella and fifteen stories—one of which has never been published before—GHOST SUMMER: STORIES, is sure to both haunt and delight.With these stories set in Florida and Georgia, in the past and the present, Due brings a uniquely African American voices to these tales of fright.
About the Author
Tananarive Due is a former Cosby Chair in the Humanities at Spelman College (2012-2014), where she taught screenwriting, creative writing and journalism. She also teaches in the creative writing MFA program at Antioch University Los Angeles. The American Book Award winner and NAACP Image Award recipient is the author of twelve novels and a civil rights memoir. In 2010, she was inducted into the Medill School of Journalism’s Hall of Achievement at Northwestern University.