Leigh Alexander (journalist)

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Leigh Alexander
File:File:Leigh Alexander at 1ReasonToBe panel, 2014.jpg
Alexander at GDC 1ReasonToBe panel, 2014
Born (1981-10-22) October 22, 1981 (age 39)
Residence London, England
Occupation Journalist, editor, columnist, author

Leigh Alexander (born October 22, 1981) is an American journalist and author. She is Editor-at-Large and former News Editor for Gamasutra, a news and features site for video game developers. Her writing has appeared in Variety, the Los Angeles Times, Kotaku, Polygon, Vice, Edge, The Guardian, and Time.[1][2] She also produces a weekly video series called "Lo-Fi Let's Play", in which she plays and comments on adventure games from the 1980s.

Alexander has written two books about video games: Breathing Machine, about growing up with gaming and the nascent Internet, and Clipping Through, about life in the games industry as viewed through the lens of the Game Developers Conference.


  • Breathing Machine: A Memoir of Computers (January 2014, Thought Catalog)
  • Clipping Through: One Mad Week in Video Games (August 2014, Gumroad)


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