Stuart Moulthrop is an American academic active in electronic literature, game studies, and digital humanities since the late 1980s. He has published many works of computational writing, from Victory Garden in 1991 to Dread Box in 2020. His work has appeared in The Vassar Review, The Iowa Review Web, and New River. He was co-editor of the pioneering online journal Postmodern Culture from 1995-97 and edited its first issue of born-digital projects. He is co-author of two scholarly books, Traversals: The Uses of Preservation for Early Electronic Writing, with Dene Grigar (2017, MIT Press), and Twining: Critical and Creative Perspectives on the Twine Platform, with Anastasia Salter (2020, Amherst College Press). With Grigar, he received a Digital Humanities Startup grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2013, the basis for the ongoing Pathfinders preservation effort. Two of his electronic works won the Ciutat de Vinarós prizes for narrative and (ex aequo) poetry in 2008. He was a founding board member of the Electronic Literature Organization in 1999. Moulthrop is Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where with the anthropologist Thomas Malaby he co-directs the Digital Cultures Collaboratory in the Center for 21st Century Studies.