Over on my puzzle blog – it’s Puzzler’s Wednesday with Neville Fogarty.
Welcome back – after a brief hiatus we return this week to our Puzzler’s Wednesday series with all-round puzzler, Neville Fogarty.
- How would you describe yourself in one sentence?
I’m a Ph.D. student studying mathematics at the University of Kentucky.
- When did you start solving and making puzzles?
My mom taught me how to solve crossword puzzles the summer after my first year of college. I started trying to make crosswords during my sophomore year, and sold my first puzzle to the Los Angeles Times the following summer. I started in on solving cryptics a year or two later; I remember working on a book of cryptics before choir practice during my senior year.
- What is your favorite kind of puzzle to solve/create?
One of my favorite types of puzzles to solve is a variety puzzle called Some Assembly Required; it combines a crossword with a jigsaw puzzle. I’ve written…
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