Jodi Kantor

Jodi Kantor is a New York Times reporter and the author of The Obamas.

Slate Archives
March 20 2014 1:57 PMJodi Kantor’s Favorite Slate StoryA New York Times correspondent remembers her time at Slate.
Tv Club
Dec. 9 2002 8:51 AMRevealing Characters
Tv Club
Nov. 25 2002 8:51 AMThe Road to Salvation
Tv Club
Oct. 28 2002 8:06 AMLittle White Lies
Tv Club
Oct. 7 2002 12:48 PMAn Editor's 2 Cents
The Book Club
April 24 2002 12:25 PMSweet Revenge
The Book Club
Jan. 30 2002 12:00 PMBreast of Times
Culturebox
Nov. 2 2001 11:55 AMJonathan Franzen: A Defense 
Culturebox
Sept. 28 2001 8:30 PMAre You a Book Critic?A contest to join Slate's book-reviewing team. 
Culturebox
May 18 2001 8:30 PMAnne Frank, Version 20.01How is this Anne different from all other Annes?
Culturebox
March 2 2001 8:30 PMLivia Let DieLet her rest in one piece.
Other Magazines
Dec. 22 2000 9:30 PMFragging Colin Powell
The Week/the Spin
Jan. 7 2000 3:30 AMCuba Getting Junior
Assessment
Nov. 5 1999 9:30 PM Naomi WolfAl Gore's alpha female.
The Week/the Spin
Oct. 29 1999 9:30 PMRotten Eggs
Television
Feb. 7 2003 11:41 AMSpy Another WayJennifer Garner's scary makeover.
Tv Club
Nov. 25 2002 11:36 AMHumble Dreams
Tv Club
Nov. 4 2002 7:45 AMRules of Attraction
The Book Club
Oct. 23 2002 4:32 PMThe Brit Factor
The Book Club
April 25 2002 11:20 AMAiring Your Family's Dirty Laundry in Print: Brave, or Just Weirdly Exhibitionist?
The Book Club
April 23 2002 5:37 PMA Rich Parlor Game in Psychology and International Relations
The Book Club
Jan. 28 2002 4:14 PMBra as Liberator
Culturebox
Nov. 1 2001 5:50 PMJonathan Franzen: A Defense 
Culturebox
June 1 2001 8:30 PMSex and the GrittyWould HBO still be great without its dirty parts?
Culturebox
March 6 2001 9:00 PMThe Literary Critic's Shelf of ShameMoby Dick, The Scarlet Letter, and other books that professional readers skip. 
Culturebox
Feb. 6 2001 11:30 PMIs Survivor Rigged?Let's hope so.
Net Election
March 15 2000 3:00 AMArizonans Vote in Their Pajamas
Net Election
Dec. 8 1999 3:30 AMMirror, Mirror on the WebShould you let software decide your vote?
Net Election
Nov. 3 1999 3:30 AMObstacles to E-Voting
The Week/the Spin
Sept. 24 1999 9:00 PMVeni, Vidi, Veto

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Sept. 18 2014 11:42 AM Grandmaster Clash One of the most amazing feats in chess history just happened, and no one noticed.