Raina Lee

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'''Raina Lee''' is the editor (and most vociferous contributor) of [[1-up]], a [[zine]] about videogames with focus on game culture, memory and personal history. Once a graduate student in Media Studies at the New School for Social Research in New York, Lee now blogs for VH1 Game Break. She also contributes to One Life Left, a weekly video games radio show on Resonance 104.1  in London, with her piece, "Up Up Down Down Left Right LA Start." She also contributed "A Personal History Of Zines" to the anthology Whatcha Mean, What’s a Zine? The Art of Making Zines and Mini-Comics ed. Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson.
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'''Raina Lee''' is  a [[writer]] and [[zinester]].
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Raina is the editor (and most vociferous contributor) of [[1-up]], a [[zine]] about videogames with focus on game culture, memory and personal history. Once a graduate student in Media Studies at the New School for Social Research in New York, Lee now blogs for VH1 Game Break. She also contributes to One Life Left, a weekly video games radio show on Resonance 104.1  in London, with her piece, "Up Up Down Down Left Right LA Start." She also contributed "A Personal History Of Zines" to the anthology ''[[Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?]]'' edited by Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson.
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Raina Lee is a writer and zinester.

Raina is the editor (and most vociferous contributor) of 1-up, a zine about videogames with focus on game culture, memory and personal history. Once a graduate student in Media Studies at the New School for Social Research in New York, Lee now blogs for VH1 Game Break. She also contributes to One Life Left, a weekly video games radio show on Resonance 104.1 in London, with her piece, "Up Up Down Down Left Right LA Start." She also contributed "A Personal History Of Zines" to the anthology Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine? edited by Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson.

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