Miranda Dubner

is creating essays, fiction, and pop culture commentary
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You absolute wonder!  

$1 a month gets you access to pieces of whatever I'm working on in progress, my patrons-only life and work updates with mini-reviews of all the media I’ve been consuming that month, as well as thoughts about writing and anything else that strikes my fancy. 

I'll also make other pieces of short fiction available over time.

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$3 a month gets you everything from the $1 tier, but with three times the excited shrieking! (You can’t hear the excited shrieking. This is a good thing. Be glad. It’s loud.) 

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For $5, you will have access to fiction updates, my patrons-only feed, occasional other pieces of short fiction (new or from my archive), and the occasional draft chapter of a work in progress.

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For $10/month, you can change history! (Well. For some values of history.) 

Vote on what gets shuffled to the top in the deck of cards that is what I work in a month!  

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About Miranda Dubner

Welcome, you beauties and beasties and things that go bump in the night! (You might be all three. I don’t know. But you probably are. I believe in you.)

My name is Miranda Dubner, and I’m creating all kinds of fiction and pop culture commentary. You might recognize me from a piece I had on The Toast years ago, If Daniel Radcliffe Were Your Boyfriend, or from You Know What You're Doing, an essay I wrote in Bright Wall/Dark Room about Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark from Marion’s perspective. You might also know me from Twitter, or—shockingly—real life! In any of these cases, hello! It’s so good to see you. The world is terrifying right now, and I think we all could use some more fun in our inboxes. So I’m going to make some.
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More deep-dive movie analysis, including but not limited to queerness, gender, point of view, How This Could Be Gayer, and other questions of our time.
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