Ian MacAllen holds a Master’s Degree in English from Rutgers University and he has contributed to The Rumpus, Thought Catalog and io9. His internet performance art projects East Williamsburg Secession Movement and Toilets of New York have received international print and digital coverage.
In 2012, he founded English Kills Review, a website focused on New York City authors and readings. He previously operated New York’s Sixth, a real estate and development blog based in Jersey City. He is a previous winner of the ArsDigita Prize. He lives in Brooklyn, tweets @ianmac47, and experiments onTumblr.