“I am here along with everyone else. While here I write. Occasionally, sometimes frequently. I cannot guarantee quality of content. May contain poetry.”
Jade Angeles Fitton is a writer and journalist, and an award-winning producer. Jade loves to talk about herself in the third person. Over the last 7 years Jade has worked as a journalist for the likes of the The Times Literary Supplement, New Statesman, VICE, Vogue, The British Fashion Council, The BBC, London Design Week, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and has been featured in The Guardian.
Jade’s short stories have been published on SomeSuch Stories and she was commissioned by the BFI’s feminism in film website, TTIN, to write a short story that has since been awarded an ‘honourable mention’ in Glimmer Train’s ‘New Writers’ competition. She is currently working on the debut novel, for which she has received an Arts Council grant for the arts.
Her poetry has been published in a number of magazines including The Moth and The New River Press 2017 anthology. Her prose poem, The Language of the Stars Doesn’t Look Good On Paper, was published last autumn by AKA. (Jade also posted about a hundred poetry pamphlets
through the letterboxes of streets she’d previously lived on in London, but may have been confused with a Jehovah’s Witness as she received absolutely no response.)
As a producer Jade’s clients have included Burberry, Cadbury and Arsenal FC. She has won a Revolutions Advertising Award and had an advert nominated for a Cannes Lions Award.
She is currently writing aforementioned novel and completing a Masters, so if output seems a little low, this is why.
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