, etc.] or "self-published" crossword puzzles by George Barany, constructed for the most part in collaboration with any number of brilliant individuals [learn more about them by clicking either on the link just given to the left, or on their names in the index that follows].Puzzles are 15x15 unless indicated otherwise [in which case our convention is number of rows x number of columns], and are listed in reverse chronological order (most recent first)."Early-week level" puzzle that was prepared specifically for a local charity event.Embargoed for over a year while mainstream media editors decided our theme was too straightforward for their purposes.
Specialized knowledge, while advantageous, might lessen the "Aha" moment.
This puzzle paid tribute to one of the greatest collegiate athletic accomplishments of all time.
Difficulty a function of how much the solver knows about our theme.
Two versions are provided, one with chemistry-slanted clues, the other with clues accessible to intelligent nonspecialists.
2012 Presidential campaign: "mid-week level" puzzle. Originally released 10/24/2012, shortly after the final in a series of much anticipated events was broadcast nationally; then published a week later in the "Wedding" issue of Sunday-sized puzzle, complete with "midrash," sure to be of interest to those who care about the University of Minnesota Department of Chemistry.