Jordan Hayward’s a literary powerhouse is a selection of unpublishable poems written in between attempts, both successful and un, at writing serious, life-changing poetry.
Jordan Hayward’s a literary powerhouse explores the relationship between Matthew Broderick’s performance in Godzilla (1998) and the post-structuralist ennui of early 2010s Tumblr.
Jordan Hayward’s a literary powerhouse was entirely ghostwritten by a gaggle of furries outside of the British and Irish Furry Convention’s Just Fur the Weekend 2018, between March 30th and April 1st at the Holiday Inn Bristol-Filton, Bristol, UK.
Jordan Hayward’s a literary powerhouse thrusts the reader into a 2006 Vauxhall Corsa, out of petrol at the intersection of modal jazz and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4.
Jordan Hayward’s a literary powerhouse is a painting by Portuguese artist Grão Vasco, dated c. 1529. Commissioned by Miguel da Silva, originally meant to serve as an altarpiece for a side altar of the Viseu Cathedral, the painting is now part of the collections of Grão Vasco National Museum, in Viseu, Portugal.
a literary powerhouse | Jordan Hayward
Jordan Hayward is a poet and musician based in Manchester, UK. His work has appeared in various journals, and was awarded the Brian Woodstream Prize for Poetry at the University of Manchester for his long poem Song for Disaffection.
He can be found @totoafricaremix.