D.B. Miller is an American writer who has been living in Europe 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 live music.

Her essays, short stories and offbeat profiles have appeared in The Weeklings, The Woolf and Split Lip Magazine. She was also interviewed by Words With Jam.

She does write for others too, but as the expression goes, that’s another story.

Recent publications

Tales from the Pit #3

The Woolf, Summer 2017

Tips for living the open-air dream, or trying to

Dispataches from Zermatt: Unplugging at 5,000 feet

The Weeklings, 18 May 2015

The effects of a festival near Matterhorn

Notes from the Unexpected: In Gitarren Total

The Woolf, Autumn 2014

Where guitar dreams are made and dismantled