Agent: Abi Fellows
Jade Mutyora is a queer, neurodivergent writer of Shona Zimbabwean and British heritage who currently lives in York. She writes novels for young adults, short fiction and nonfiction, and poetry. Her work appears in Lolwe, Fourteen poems, Juno Magazine, ADDitude, Scholastic’s 'Bedtime Stories: Beautiful Black Tales from the Past', Queer Out Here, Tipping the Scales and others.
In 2020, she won first prize in Nottingham Writers Studio’s short story competition.