Giving the Devil His Due Anthology

In Giving the Devil His Due, the Pixel Project’s first charity anthology, sixteen acclaimed fantasy, science fiction, and horror authors take readers on an unforgettable journey to alternative worlds where men who abuse and murder women and girls meet their comeuppance in uncanny ways.

Featuring stories from Stephen Graham Jones, Christina Henry, Peter Tieryas, Kelley Armstrong, Linda D. Addison, Hillary Monahan, and more, Giving the Devil His Due presents sixteen stories that will make you think about the importance of justice for the victims of gender-based violence, how rare this justice is in our own world, and why we need to end violence against women once and for all.

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What if a young girl had the power to stop her tyrannical father from battering her mother ever again?

What if a student had a secret weapon to end sexual assault by her predatory professor permanently?

What if a housewife had unusual means to get back at her controlling husband and walk away from her marriage alive?

In Giving the Devil His Due, the Pixel Project’s first charity anthology, sixteen acclaimed fantasy, science fiction, and horror authors take readers on an unforgettable journey to alternative worlds where men who abuse and murder women and girls meet their comeuppance in uncanny ways.

Featuring stories from Stephen Graham Jones, Christina Henry, Peter Tieryas, Kelley Armstrong, Linda D. Addison, Hillary Monahan, and more, Giving the Devil His Due presents sixteen stories that will make you think about the importance of justice for the victims of gender-based violence, how rare this justice is in our own world, and why we need to end violence against women once and for all.

6 reviews for Giving the Devil His Due Anthology

  1. runningwildeditor@gmail.com

    “In Giving the Devil His Due, sixteen of speculative fiction’s brightest authors tell the unflinching stories of survivors, of their strength and courage, as well as a righteous castigation of gender-based violence and the patriarchal societies all too willing to remain silent. This stirring, vital anthology demands your attention as it demands justice and the end of violence of against women.”— Paul Tremblay, Bram Stoker award-winning author of THE CABIN AT THE END OF THE WORLD and A HEAD FULL OF GHOSTS.

  2. runningwildeditor@gmail.com

    “A brilliant, wickedly-smart, scary as hell collection of creepy stories from some of today’s finest writers. Every single tale is a certified gold. Highly recommended!” – Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestselling author of RELENTLESS and V-WARS.

  3. runningwildeditor@gmail.com

    “GIVING THE DEVIL HIS DUE burrows deep into the heart and inflames the spirit. A rallying cry against violence done to women and girls.”—Tori Eldridge, Amazon bestselling author of THE NINJA BETRAYED.

  4. runningwildeditor@gmail.com

    “The sixteen SF/F and horror authors in Giving The Devil His Due understand the atrocity of violence against women all too well, but with their powerful use of language, characters, and world-building, deliver cathartic resolutions that give me hope that this is a battle we can win. It is a remarkable book!” — Leigh Perry, award winning author of the FAMILY SKELETON series

  5. runningwildeditor@gmail.com

    “If you don’t understand what The Pixel Project is all about, you will after you read the short stories by gifted writers who have contributed to this anthology. Each story illustrates a facet of the violence women face on a daily basis — sometimes in their workplace, or on the street, or at their school . . . or in their own home. Help out a woman you know by buying this book. You’ll learn a lot.” – Charlaine Harris, NY Times bestselling author of the GUNNIE ROSE series and the MIDNIGHT, TEXAS series

  6. runningwildeditor@gmail.com

    “A dark and cathartic but necessary book. Not for the weak of heart but you have to be strong to survive the monsters that stalk the real world. These authors walk beside you, every step of the way, lending you the strength you need, both on the page and off, when confronting the monstrousness of violence against women and girls.” – Charles de Lint, author of THE ONION GIRL and THE WIND IN HIS HEART.

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