I’m excited that my story, “Just Us League,” was included in this worthy book.
“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.
The Pixel Project (www.thepixelproject.net), an anti-Violence Against Women 501(c)3 non-profit, is proud to present Giving The Devil His Due, their first charity short story anthology where The Twilight Zone meets Promising Young Woman.
Published in partnership with Running Wild Press (https://runningwildpress.com/) and edited by Rebecca Brewer, formerly of Ace (Penguin Random House), the anthology features sixteen stories by sixteen major names and rising stars in Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror today including Angela Yuriko Smith, Christina Henry, Dana Cameron, Errick Nunnally, Hillary Monahan, Jason Sanford, Kaaron Warren, Kelley Armstrong, Kenesha Williams, Leanna Renee Hieber, Lee Murray, Linda D. Addison, Nicholas Kaufmann, Nisi Shawl, Peter Tieryas, and Stephen Graham Jones.
Giving The Devil His Due is now available in e-book and paperback formats from all major bookseller platforms including Amazon, Kobo, Google Play, Book Depository, and more. 100% of the net proceeds from the sales of the anthology will go towards supporting The Pixel Project’s anti-violence against women programs, campaigns, and resources.
If you cannot afford to buy a copy, please help boost the signal to your friends, family, and communities because in addition to being a collection of brilliant stories by some of today’s finest speculative fiction authors, the book also has 2 pages of resources to get help for victims and survivors of violence against women across the world.
It’s time to stop violence against women. Together.