LauraKBuzz

LauraKBuzz

is creating Podcasts, Videos, and Long Form Articles

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patrons

$1,277

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TL;DR - My name is Laura, and I've spent the past several years working as a full time video game critic, video creator, podcaster, author, and all around maker of things. You may know me as a co-host on the Podquisition Podcast, a cast member on the D&D Podcast Dice Funk, half of Queer & Pleasant Strangers, or as the former News Editor at Kotaku UK, Former UK EIC at Destructoid, or a freelance contributor to Polygon, IGN, Vice, Rock Paper Shotgun, The Guardian, and a bunch of other places.

Alternatively, you might know me because of my two upcoming published books, the autism and LGBT status centric memoir Uncomfortable Labels, or the silly video game butt centric Things I Learned From Mario's Butt.

By supporting me on Patreon, you'll be helping me to continue creating content full time. This will include streaming three days per week on Twitch, publishing multiple weekly podcasts (Podquisition, Dice Funk, Queer & Pleasant Strangers, Tonal Whiplash), as well as writing regular long form content about video games, disability, and LGBT topics.


Tonal Whiplash is a brand new podcast starting soon, where I publish concise 20-30 minute interviews with interesting guests from all creative backgrounds. I ask the guest alternating serious and silly questions, to both dive into their creative work as well as see a little more of their relaxed personality.

I have other new projects in the works to debut in the coming weeks, including another new podcast, and an ambitious plan for content to publish during E3 2020.

I also create in depth videos about butts too. That has to be worth $1 per month, right?

A few years ago I left working on Patreon, because at the time I was struggling to keep a healthy work / life balance outside of traditional employment, something which the last few years with set working hours have really helped me to get better at. I'm back now on Patreon, with a much better sense of my work / life boundaries, and ready to show you all the ambitious ideas i've been sitting on recently.

So there you have it in a nutshell. Donate what you want for as long or as little as you want. Every penny goes toward helping me make the content you love.
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Support
$1 or more per month

We're not gating anything behind paywalls, get all my content no matter how much or little you are able to support.

Goals
$1,277 of $3,500 per month
Financial Stability. At this amount I will be able to return to full time self employment, with a financially stable safety net, without having to compromise my quality of life.
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TL;DR - My name is Laura, and I've spent the past several years working as a full time video game critic, video creator, podcaster, author, and all around maker of things. You may know me as a co-host on the Podquisition Podcast, a cast member on the D&D Podcast Dice Funk, half of Queer & Pleasant Strangers, or as the former News Editor at Kotaku UK, Former UK EIC at Destructoid, or a freelance contributor to Polygon, IGN, Vice, Rock Paper Shotgun, The Guardian, and a bunch of other places.

Alternatively, you might know me because of my two upcoming published books, the autism and LGBT status centric memoir Uncomfortable Labels, or the silly video game butt centric Things I Learned From Mario's Butt.

By supporting me on Patreon, you'll be helping me to continue creating content full time. This will include streaming three days per week on Twitch, publishing multiple weekly podcasts (Podquisition, Dice Funk, Queer & Pleasant Strangers, Tonal Whiplash), as well as writing regular long form content about video games, disability, and LGBT topics.


Tonal Whiplash is a brand new podcast starting soon, where I publish concise 20-30 minute interviews with interesting guests from all creative backgrounds. I ask the guest alternating serious and silly questions, to both dive into their creative work as well as see a little more of their relaxed personality.

I have other new projects in the works to debut in the coming weeks, including another new podcast, and an ambitious plan for content to publish during E3 2020.

I also create in depth videos about butts too. That has to be worth $1 per month, right?

A few years ago I left working on Patreon, because at the time I was struggling to keep a healthy work / life balance outside of traditional employment, something which the last few years with set working hours have really helped me to get better at. I'm back now on Patreon, with a much better sense of my work / life boundaries, and ready to show you all the ambitious ideas i've been sitting on recently.

So there you have it in a nutshell. Donate what you want for as long or as little as you want. Every penny goes toward helping me make the content you love.

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Tiers
Support
$1 or more per month

We're not gating anything behind paywalls, get all my content no matter how much or little you are able to support.