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Dressed in a black jumper and black trousers, a grinning Tanvir Bush is seen mid-air, head thrown back, arms flung out, right arm stretched above her head, left arm stretched out to the side, with her knees bent and feet kicked up behind her. In the background is the brown-tiled roof of a house with the tops of two green trees. The head of a laughing woman enjoying the spectacle is visible in front of the house.

Cull

by
Tanvir Bush

A fabulous, funny, sharp, outrageous satire
about the deadly dark side of discrimination
Progress on Unbound: 104% funded

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Cover of "Witch Girl" by Tanvir Bush. A ghostly black humanoid figure floats in a purple haze above a barbed wire fence.

Witch Girl

by
Tanvir Bush

A crime thriller that juggles past and present
effortlessly, blending AIDS activism, witchcraft,
religious extremism and romance.

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Cover of "The Blind Photographer" featuring images by Tanvir Bush and others, by Julian Rothenstein, introduced by Candia McWilliam and published by Redstone Press. The cover has three horizontal panels in blue, white and red, respectively, and a thin vertical column of yellow and black stripes at the leftmost edge. The white middle panel is the largest and contains a stylised image of a camera lens containing the image of a smiling black man. Above the lens is a text in braille.

The Blind Photographer

Ed by Julien Rothenstein et al, featuring
Tanvir Bush and others

The first exploration of the worldwide phenomenon of the blind and partially-sighted who take up photography in all its vibrancy and diversity.

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Cover of "Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 10" featuring Rictus by Tanvir Bush, ed by Lane Ashfeldt and Stephen Moran, and published by Pretend Genius. The book's cover image appears to be a road surface in muted burgundy and charcoal colours, traversed vertically by a clumsily painted yellow line. Two yellow manhole covers appear like blobs of paint to the right of the line.  At the top left in a serif font are the title Willesden Herald in yellow, followed by the subtitle New Short Stories 10 in white.

Willesden Herald
New Short Stories 10

Eds L. Ashfeldt, S. Moran featuring prizewinners
Tanvir Bush and others

Inspired by Chekov’s ‘Ward Six’, in ‘Rictus’ a Zambian doctor faces a baffling case. Philosophy, science, superstition… what is really going on in the dark?

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creative writing labs

UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVITY

The Corsham Creative Writing Laboratory
Courses available throughout the year
led by author and researcher
Dr Tanvir Naomi Bush
at Springfield Community Campus,
Corsham, United Kingdom

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