Jordan's first novel, Liminal, was published by House of Anansi Press in January 2018. In her review of the novel, Martha Schabas of The Globe and Mail said "Liminal captures something illuminating and undefinable about the present moment; it speaks in the code and cadences of the late 2010s and paints an incisive portrait of the demographic we call millennial", and compared it to the work of authors Ben LernerRachel Cusk and Karl Ove Knausgaard.

Jordan wrote the text for Xenos, dancer-choreographer Akram Khan's final solo. It premiered at the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Greece in February 2018 and is currently touring internationally to venues including the Lincoln Centre (NYC), Sadler's Wells (London), and the Edinburg Festival. Here is a review from The Guardian.

Jordan's play Botticelli in the Fire is currently recieving its American premiere at Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington DC, under Marti Lyon's direction. The run closes June 24, 2018.

In January 2019, Jordan's virtual reality play Draw Me Close will be mounted at the Young Vic Theatre in London, UK.

Jordan's play, Declarations, premiered at Canadian Stage in January 2018. The script for Declarations was published by Coach House Press. In her review of the show, Karen Fricker of The Toronto Star called it "a devestating but joyous statement about life and grief."

In the fall of 2017, Faber & Faber published a UK edition of Late Company to coincide with the play's recent West End run.

In the fall of 2017, BookThug released The Videofag Book, which The Toronto Star called "a cacophonous, eclectic, and fitting homage to one of the most important cultural incubators in recent Toronto history."


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    image by Yuula Benivolski from 'Attila Richard Lukacs in Hollywood'