Time: September 18, 2013 from 8pm to 10:30pm
Location: National Museum of Women in the Arts
Street: 1250 New York Ave NW
Website or Map: http://www.TheBookLook.com
Event Type: celebration, of, the, arts
Organized By: The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
Latest Activity: Sep 18
Tananarive Due is an author, screenwriter and producer. She is currently the Cosby Chair in the Humanities at Spelman College and teaches in the creative writing MFA program at Antioch University Los Angeles. Ms. Due is an American Book and NAACP Image and Kindred Award recipient who's authored twelve novels and a civil rights memoir. She is a leading voice in black speculative fiction, the author of the African Immortals series that began with 1997's My Soul to Keep.
Best known for the highly successful police drama, Training Day, Antoine Fuqua's diverse body of work includes Brooklyn’s Finest with Richard Gere and Don Cheadle; Shooter starring Mark Wahlberg, and Tears of the Sun with Bruce Willis.