“London” by Fabrice Poussin

 

Fabrice Poussin is the advisor for The Chimes, Shorter University’s award-winning poetry and arts publication. Fabrice’s writing and photography have been published in print, including in Kestrel, Symposium, La Pensee Universelle, Paris, and other art and literature magazines in the United States and abroad.

Editor’s Post: “Center City, Philadelphia, 4/16/2018”

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Ayesha F. Hamid is the founder and editor in chief at The City Key.  Ayesha has an MFA in Creative Writing and MA in Publishing from Rosemont College and an MA in Sociology from Brooklyn College. Her poetry and prose has appeared in Big Easy Review Philly Flash Inferno and Rathalla Review. Ayesha is a lover of cities, big and small.

Pictures of the City by Thomas Gillaspy

Thomas Gillaspy is a northern California photographer. His photography has been featured in numerous magazines including the literary journals: Compose, Portland Review and Brooklyn Review. Further information and additional examples of his work are available at:

http://www.thomasgillaspy.com

Thomasmichaelart@yahoo.com

Editor’s Post: “Philadelphia, 11/20/2015”

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Ayesha F. Hamid is the founder and editor in chief at The City Key.  Ayesha has an MFA in Creative Writing and MA in Publishing from Rosemont College and an MA in Sociology from Brooklyn College. Her poetry and prose has appeared in Big Easy Review Philly Flash Inferno and Rathalla Review. Ayesha is a lover of cities, big and small.

Editor’s Post: “New York City”

Ayesha F. Hamid is the founder and editor-in-chief at The City Key.  Ayesha has an MFA from Rosemont College, an MA in Sociology from Brooklyn College, and is currently pursuing an MA in Publishing from Rosemont College.  Her poetry and prose has appeared in Big Easy Review and in Philly Flash Inferno.  Ayesha is a lover of cities, big and small.

“Rome and Tropea” by Erica Utti

Erica Utti is a student of the arts.  Her photography has also appeared in Reflections Magazine.

 

 

 

“Philadelphia” by Anthony Natale

Anthony Natale has been interested in photography, nature, and the city from an early age.  His work focuses on living systems…life in the outdoors, as well as in the city.  As a native of Southern New Jersey, he grew up surrounded by the NJ Pinelands, which inspired his artistic focus on living, vibrant communities.  Now a resident of Philadelphia, he is often found wandering the city with his camera, capturing the intersection of nature and urban life.  He works to instill a sense of wonder and respect in others about their environment, attempting to build memory through photography of the ever changing dynamic world around us.