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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I know many of you love to do acrostics. If you’re always on the lookout for more acrostics, check out Cynthia Morris’s American Acrostics site. The puzzles are all thematic—American history—and a new acrostic is posted every Friday. Enjoy!
Fireball 7:08 NYT 4:58 LAT 3:24 BEQ 3:14 CS untimed Tausig—see Friday post
Jonesin’ 3:32 LAT 3:00 NYT 2:58 CS 6:03 (Evad) There are a couple new bonus puzzles at the Fiend forum: First up, Caleb Madison constructed an 18×19 crossword for DGA Quarterly, “Final Cuts.” Also, Peter Wentz contributed a 15×15 “Simpsons Portmanteaus” crossword. … Continue reading
BEQ 6:14 CHE 6:00 NYT 4:21 CS untimed (Janie)/3:36 (Amy) LAT 3:30
NYT 7:15 (Sam) Jonesin’ 5:15 (Sam) LAT 5:32 (Sam) CS Untimed (Janie) Happy St. Patrick’s Eve, crossword fans! Sam Donaldson here filling in for Amy while she completes her March Madness bracket. Now that we survived the Ides of March, … Continue reading
BEQ 7:58 with two blank squares CS untimed (J)/4:26 (A) NYT 2:41 LAT 2:25