Sleepy Sunday Crosswords
By Stanley Newman (Author)
If you’ve got a sharp pencil and a sharp mind, you’ll love solving these super Sunday-sized crosswords. Originally appearing in the Long Island newspaper Newsday, they were crafted by an all-star lineup of constructors and edited by puzzle expert Stanley Newman. Each puzzle features a fabulous theme—including Dickens, Frosty the Snowman, the Chinese zodiac, and US presidents—and every clue has been vetted for accuracy. Fun facts in the back of the book shed light on select answers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Stanley Newman, crossword editor for the Long Island newspaper Newsday, is syndicated worldwide to more than 200 daily, Sunday, and Internet newspapers. His puzzles have appeared regularly in Prevention, People, Sport, and Bloomberg Businessweek magazines. Newman is the author or editor of more than 200 books and has organized and conducted many puzzle and trivia events in the United States, including four seminars at the Smithsonian Institution and, in 2007, the first crossword tournament ever held at Yale University. He splits his time between Amityville, NY, and Boca Raton, FL.