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: June 2010
NYT 6:09 (joon—across lite) WSJ untimed (PG) CS untimed LAT untimed (PG) CHE not this week, i think the scoobies are out in full force this week, so i decided to pitch in even though i’ve been on blogging paternity … Continue reading
NYT 13:49 (Sam) Fireball untimed (Sam) Tausig 8:18 (Sam) LAT 11:14 (Sam) BEQ8:18 (Jeffrey – paper) CS untimed Six puzzles and three bloggers! Jeffrey will cover the BEQ and Janie will review the CrosSynergy, while I (Sam Donaldson) have all … Continue reading
NYT 6:47 (Sam) LAT 4:50 (Sam) Onion 8:51 (Sam) CS untimed Happy Hump Day, everyone. Sam Donaldson here to review three of this week’s Wednesday crosswords. As usual, Janie will drop in with her review of the CrosSynergy puzzle a … Continue reading
The next two New York Times crosswords have features that will be displayed differently in Across Lite vs. in print/PDF. The Wednesday puzzle has a visual aspect you can see here in the blank grid. If you’d like the solving … Continue reading
crossword 20ish meta 5ish Welcome to week #107 of Matt Gaffney’s Weekly Crossword Contest, “Go, Go, Go.” Evad here for the generous joon who gave in to my insistence that he spend more time with his new daughter while I … Continue reading
Jonesin’ 3:45 NYT 3:11 LAT 2:53 CS untimed Two announcements: First, Simeon Visser is developing new (and free) software for constructing crosswords, to run on multiple platforms. If you’re interested in helping to shape the program, read Simeon’s announcement at … Continue reading