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Puzzle 70: Rhyme Time #15

Long time no see! I'm sharing a new puzzle in the hopes of kickstarting my crossword construction machinery again after a long period of intermittent activity.

I do have a few new crosswords out there since I last posted on this blog:

(You can also find those in a big list on my website of all the mathy crosswords I've published.)

Other than that, though, crosswording has been an occasional solving activity for me in recent months, but not so much a constructing activity. In part, I've been pretty busy with other work and life stuff: for instance, check out my book on voting methods, this teaching presentation, and this website! I also have an amazing 5-year-old daughter who loved the Grids for Kids puzzle pack that came out recently.

All that has made it hard to even keep up with the various crossword subscriptions I do have (recommended: New Yorker, AVCX, Inkubator, luckystreak, various indie blogs), let alone work on making puzzles. But, like I said, I'm hoping to get back into doing this on a regular basis.

So, to warm up, I made a fun, little rhyme time puzzle for y'all. Enjoy the solve, and share if you do!


  1. I am several weeks behind in solving, so apologies for coming here so late, but you literally crossed my mind yesterday as someone whose puzzles I missed, and here are three of them waiting for me! Very glad for the kickstart

    1. So glad to hear that, Matt! I'm glad for the kickstart, as well, hoping to have lots more puzzles coming soon... 😁


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