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Tina Jordan

Editor at Large, Entertainment Weekly and EW.com

Tina Jordan is an Editor at Large for EW.

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Book Article All the News That's Fit to Paint
by Tina Jordan | Jul 11, 2014

With tubes of gouache and fine-point brushes, Brooklyn artist Fred Tomaselli transforms the front pages of ''The New York Times'' into vivid art — and scathing social commentary

Book Article When Great Books Go Bad
by Tina Jordan | Jul 04, 2014

What happens when you discover that one of your favorite authors may have committed horrific crimes?

Book Article Literary Thrills & Chills
by Tina Jordan, Stephan Lee | Jul 04, 2014

If mysteries, thrillers, or just plain dark reads are your thing, then you'll love this summer's crop of twisty-turny heart-pounders

Book Review Hard Choices
by Tina Jordan | Jun 11, 2014

''Let's get one thing out of the way: Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for president in 2016. Despite her waffling — ''I haven't decided yet'' — this is a campaign memoir if I've ever seen one.''

Legacy The Essential Angelou
by Tina Jordan | Jun 05, 2014

Her 1969 memoir, ''I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,'' is a classic of contemporary literature (and a staple of high school English classes), but these less heralded works are also worth searching out

Book Review A Dark And Twisted Tide
by Tina Jordan | Jun 04, 2014

''Flint, swimming in the Thames one morning, discovers a body bobbing in the fetid water. Not long after it becomes clear that the killer left the young woman's corpse where Flint would find it, other bodies begin appearing — and then someone starts leaving creepy gifts on the deck of Flint's houseboat.''

Book Review The Phantom Of Fifth Avenue
by Tina Jordan | Jun 04, 2014

''She was a pampered Jazz Age socialite — once the toast of Manhattan society — who grew up in a 121-room house, the biggest in New York City; her father, a copper magnate, was one of the richest men in the country. And yet when Huguette Clark died in 2011 at age 104, almost no one remembered who she was.''

Book Article Motherly Love
by Tina Jordan | May 02, 2014

You know what your mom really wants for Mother's Day ? A book! So we've rounded up some of the season's best, including a graphic memoir, a fabulous biography of John Updike, and even a cookbook billed as "baking with attitude."

Book Review Flash Boys
by Tina Jordan | Apr 02, 2014

''The book's good guy, a trader at the Royal Bank of Canada, investigates the way the high-speed exchanges that process stock purchases were — and are — siphoning off billions of dollars a year from investors.''

Book Review The Divorce Papers
by Tina Jordan | Mar 12, 2014

''The Divorce Papers, a comic novel about the dissolution of a marriage, is told not just through letters but through emails, memos, legal filings, and depositions, most of them by Sophie Diehl, the young lawyer representing the wife.''

Book Review A Sliver Of Light
by Tina Jordan | Mar 05, 2014

''The gripping narrative gets its traction from both the level of detail and the lucid delivery of all three authors.''

Book Review A Circle Of Wives
by Tina Jordan | Feb 19, 2014

''When a husband or wife turns up dead, most cops will tell you the spouse probably did it. So rookie detective Sam Adams is flummoxed by the murder of a local doctor after three women at his funeral all claim to be his wife.''

Book Review Priscilla
by Tina Jordan | Feb 12, 2014

''If your life were on the line, would you do anything to save it — even if it meant compromising your most basic beliefs? That's the question Shakespeare faced as he began paging through old letters to piece together the life of his glamorous but enigmatic aunt Priscilla.''

Book Review The Silent Wife
by Tina Jordan | Feb 12, 2014

''After 20 years, Todd and Jodi's passion has cooled. When he gets his mistress pregnant, everything changes.''

Book Review The Innocent Sleep
by Tina Jordan | Feb 12, 2014

''When an earthquake levels Tangier, Robin and Harry survive, but their son Dillon, left alone in their apartment for just a few minutes, does not. Years later, Harry — spinning close to a nervous breakdown — becomes convinced he's glimpsed the boy on the street.''

Book Review Dept. Of Speculation
by Tina Jordan | Feb 05, 2014

''Offill somehow manages to pack the sprawling story of an ordinary marriage, both the good bits and the bad — courtship, arguments, colicky baby, lice, affairs, bedbugs — into a small, poetic book.''

Book Review The Wives Of Los Alamos
by Tina Jordan | Feb 05, 2014

''First things first: This novel is written in first-person plural, giving one collective voice to the women whose husbands worked on the Manhattan Project.''

Book Review The Trip To Echo Spring
by Tina Jordan | Jan 15, 2014

John Cheever's short story ''The Swimmer'' piqued British writer Olivia Laing with the way it ''catches in its strange compressions the full arc of an alcoholic's life.''

Book Review A Field Guide to American Houses
by Tina Jordan | Nov 26, 2013

Did you know that the house style we refer to as a ranch dates back to the 1930s,…

Book Review Book Of Ages
by Tina Jordan | Nov 20, 2013

Benjamin Franklin and his sister Jane were the babies of the family, sharp-witted and saucy. He apprenticed to…