PROGRAM: [Across Lite]
Now, onto the creative entries. The runner up (alas, no prize), Jonathan O'Rourke of Parts Unkown, sent in his entry in a crossword, get it here: [PDF] [Across Lite]. What a find at 37-Across, too. But our winner goes to Neville Fogarty of Brooklyn. Somehow, someway, he managed to not come across as a complete doofus in this video (okay, a partial doofus, but he didn't go complete doofus). Still, the internal rhyming was on the technical side of impressive. No surprises there; Neville knows his way around a puzzle.
Our randomly selected winner is David Rosen also of Parts Unknown. No, not the David Rosen who was the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament legend. It's the other David Rosen. Congrats to both, they'll receive a copy of The Penguin Classics Crossword Puzzles, (get yours by clicking on the link). Thanks to all for playing.
Oh, speaking of the ACPT, the latest edition of the webcomic "Faans" takes place at an ACPT-ish convention. If you look carefully you'll find me in there along with other crossword cognoscenti.
Two more bonus puzzles: I had yesterday's Onion crossword, which you can pick up here: [PDF] [Across Lite]. I also co-authored today's New York Times puzzle with Ian Livengood. Here 'tis: [PDF] [Across Lite]
Phew. Okay. Share the puzzles. New one on Monday.