Amy Reynaldo, the author of How to Conquer the New York Times Crossword Puzzle, is a top-10 finisher at the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. Her first New York Times crossword byline appeared July 5, 2009. She solves at least three crosswords a day and writes about them here.
Monthly Archives: January 2010
crossword 8:27 puzzle 4:55
Jonesin’ 4:15 NYT 2:56 LAT 2:34 CS untimed Constructor Shawn Kennedy has a new website, Puzzlement, where he’ll have a “Daily Teaser” and a larger weekly puzzle. This week’s offering is a word puzzle called “Stuffed Birds”—the challenge is to … Continue reading
BEQ 5:20 CS untimed (J)/3:15 (A) NYT 3:01 LAT 2:58 Merl Reagle’s got a new blog at his Sunday Crosswords site—so far, one post a week, published on Saturday, covering his Sunday puzzle for that weekend. Last week’s post is … Continue reading
NYT 9:43 BG 9:03 LAT 7:58 Reagle 7:35 CS 3:30 I’m heading out with the family to catch Avatar and won’t be back until the a few hours after the NYT crossword comes out. I do know what the empty … Continue reading
NYT 7:08* LAT untimed CS untimed Newsday untimed WSJ Saturday Puzzle untimed *4:30 for everything else, 2:38 more to figure out which square was wrong
“Kings of Late Night” – 11:42 Hi everybody. Jeffrey here for another week of fun with Matt.
NYT 5:06 BEQ 4:30 LAT 3:39 CHE 3:37 CS untimed WSJ 9:54