Meantime magazine is collection of stories from Singapore’s past. History is revisited through family photographs and personal memories in an attempt to find a place for human intimacy in the context of a “disconnected national narrative”. The latest issue is about ghost stories.
There is a little magic on the magazine’s cover. It is treated with a layer of ink that reacts to heat, slowly revealing photographs beneath it. Pages are hand-torn, and no two copies are truly identical.
In this issue: