Eileen Mary Holowka is a writer, editor, and PhD student who also makes games and music. Her current research focuses on feminist social media practices, gendered chronic pain conditions, and disability. She has published on self-imaging, Instagram, online affective labour, and the intersections of media and trauma. For her master’s thesis, she created a digital narrative called circuits about the act of narrating sexual trauma within institutional spaces. Eileen also has plenty of experience working in theatre, including an intensive week-long workshop in London, England with ZUUK where she created a project that explored the intersections of performance and games. The same team has also performed multiple experimental shows in Montreal. In 2017, she worked in a team to create a playable art project (Place des ALTs) for Montreal’s largest ever public art event, KM3.