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.
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Five things: 1. Lollapuzzoola 5 is this Saturday For details on Crosswordland’s most whimsical tournament, click here. Red-hot list of puzzlemakers: “In reverse alphabetical order by the last letter of their first name, this year’s constructors are Tony Orbach, Matt … Continue reading
There’s still time to send in your entry for my free puzzle contest, “My Big Fat Fun Wedding.” It’s a collection of easy-to-medium puzzles created in celebration of my upcoming wedding this summer. Solvers who submit the correct final answer … Continue reading
To celebrate my upcoming wedding this summer, I am pleased to offer a new puzzle contest, “My Big Fat Fun Wedding.” The puzzles are pitched at an easy-medium difficulty level, but I hope beginners and experts alike enjoy them. Solvers … Continue reading
The Metropolitan Opera has a gala opening tonight to launch its new season, and David Kahn has a new puzzle book called The Metropolitan Opera: Crosswords for Opera Lovers. Elizabeth Gorski’s website, Crossword Nation, is partnering with David Kahn and … Continue reading
Merl Reagle tipped off the Cruciverb-L mailing list to an upcoming solve-at-home crossword contest, the National Brain Game Challenge. Remember that Starbucks crossword contest several years ago? This is similar—as the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America contest rules explain, “Each puzzle contains … Continue reading