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Cerise Magazine

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Only when i checked the Facebook "Women in games International' group I found out about this magazine that apparently exists since May 2007.

Mission Statement of Cerise Magazine:

At its core, Cerise is a resource by and for women gamers. We are dedicated to increasing the voices of underrepresented identities in the game development industries and in gamer communities.

Cerise is a monthly publication released in the form on an online magazine that covers video games, tabletop games, and live action role-playing.

They have open submissions, so maybe whenever I get my head around it I will try sending in an article or so, as of course as a female gamer and academic, I might have something useful to contribute. To be honest I have not checked the site and magazine thoroughly enough to give my view about it yet. As I am struggling with a deadline now I will hopefully be able to do that later. For now, I can applaud the initiative, I hope to remember to read it regularly.

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