Jade Mutyora

Jade is a writer of British and Zimbabwean heritage based in Yorkshire. She is currently writing novels (with Queer, multiracial representation) for children and young adults and also writes poetry, short fiction and creative nonfiction. Her work explores belonging, trauma and relationships. She is represented by Abi Fellows at The Good Literary Agency. 

Connect with Jade on Twitter: @jademutyora and Instagram: @jademutyorawriter

Essential (poetry)


Navigator (poetry)


Mature (poetry)


Vixen (creative nonfiction)


Mothers’ Ruin (creative nonfiction)


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