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)
Massachusetts
Residence London, England
Occupation Journalist, editor, columnist, author
Website
http://leighalexander.net

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.

Bibliography

  • 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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