About Zeba Blay
Zeba Blay is a Ghanaian-born film, television, and cultural critic. She is the Senior Culture Writer at the Huffington Post, and one of the most prominent black female voices in film criticism and pop culture writing. Her work has appeared in Digital Spy, Slant, Afropunk, The Village Voice, The New York Times, Film Comment, Film Quarterly, Shadow and Act, Indiewire, Golly Magazine, and Essence. In addition to her role as Senior Culture Writer, she has also written, produced and starred in special video content for the Huffington Post, and was a featured regular on Janet Mock’s webseries So POPular.
Blay is also the former co-host of the podcast Two Brown Girls and the host of the upcoming podcast Black Girls On Film.