Black Folks Love Horror, Too
Black people have been involved in the horror genre since the genre was created. Still, it can be hard to find spaces that truly value our voices. If you are a horror writer wanting to share your work or just a fan looking to connect with other scary folks, check out this list of Black-centered horror publishers, funders, and organizations.
Horror podcast. Reads submitted stories by Black women authors on their episodes.
Online literary magazine publishing Black women in horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and more.
Funding and book reviews for marginalized horror writers.
4. Afro Horror
Celebrates and amplifies the work of Black horror creatives.
5. Sistah Scifi
Bookstore connecting readers to Black and Indigenous horror/sci-fi readers.
Podcast discussing all things spooky.
Podcast featuring chaotic, topical conversations for horror nerds of color.
Black queer owned horror magazine.
Black woman run platform offering horror movie reviews/interviews.
Black owned production company specializing in horror films.
11. Diverse Grants
Funding for marginalized voices in horror.
Black woman hosted horror podcast.
13. Nah, I'm Good!
Brother-sister duo podcast discussing the horrors of life and the many ways human beings and natural encounters make us go "nah, I'm good."
14. Homies of Horror
Black-led podcast talking all things horror movies.
Black-owned horror themed clothing brand by Andrew LeSane.
16. Horror Headz
A trio of melanated horror nerds immersed in all things spooky and beyond. Horror news, reviews, and more!
Highlights Black horror characters from movies and TV and shares favorite scenes and moments.
18. Dread Central
Sharing love for all things horror. Advocates for diverse artists and indie films. Partners with Girl That's Scary.
Black woman led horror, sci-fi, and thriller movie reviews.