D.B. Miller is an American writer who has been living on the Continent since 1995. With dark humor and a slight edge, she writes about the themes that move her most: disenchantment, alienation and the obliterating power of music.
Her essays, short fiction and offbeat profiles have appeared in Ellipsis Zine, Litro, Bending Genres, Idle Ink, Split Lip Magazine, The Weeklings, Offshoots and NBHAP. Her microfiction was longlisted for the 2021 Retreat West Prize, and her flash fiction has been included in two Reflex Fiction anthologies (2022 and forthcoming).
In 2020 she coedited Invictus, the one-off literary and arts journal. She is now co-editor and co-creative director of the relaunched Woolf, an online magazine of new writing and visual art.
D.B. writes for others too, but as the expression goes, that’s another story.
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