Visual arts / October 2018 (Issue 41: Writing Singapore)

Images, Singapore

by Jon Gresham

Man at Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore 2006


Man at Tekka Centre, Singapore 2004


Street karaoke, Singapore 2005


Kid on the bus, Singapore 2009


Waiting at the taxi stand, Shaw Centre, Claymore Hill, Singapore 2009


Kid playing with a toy gun, Pearls Centre, Singapore 2005


Man, Buddhist Lodge, Kim Yam Road, Singapore 2005


Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore 2010


Young girl at Buddhist Lodge, Kim Yam Road, Singapore 2005


Pink Dot, Singapore 2009


Pink Dot, Singapore 2017

ImageJon Gresham is a writer and photographer based in Singapore. His debut collection of short stories, We Rose Up Slowly, was published by Math Paper Press in 2015. Jon is also a Director of the Singaporean literary community, Sing Lit Station. He leads the Book A Writer programme and the Writing the City Creative Writing Workshops. His writing has appeared in various anthologies and literary journals including Best New Singaporean Short Stories, Esquire, In Transit: An Anthology from Singapore on Airports and Air Travel, From The Belly Of The Cat, Eastern Heathens, the mono-titular anthology Coast, and Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. More of his images can be found at He is currently working on a novel.
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