Synopses & Reviews
A 10-minute mental workout, every day. New for 2009, the 10-Minute Crossword Puzzles Calendar features a year of smartly crafted puzzles that are challenging enough to be from Mensa—the internationally famous high-IQ society—yet are designed to be solved in about ten minutes. (They are roughly equivalent to a "Tuesday" puzzle in The New York Times.) Author Fred Piscop is a Mensa member and veteran crossword puzzle writer for the Times and The Washington Post. It's the perfect, quick way to wake up the brain.
Every day, a 10-minute mental workout. Challenging enough to be sanctioned by Mensa, the internationally famous high-IQ society, yet designed to be solvable in just a few minutes, each of these smartly crafted crossword puzzles is a quick and entertaining wake-up for the brain. From Fred Piscop, a veteran crossword-puzzle writer for The New York Times
and The Washington Post
About the Author
Fred Piscop is the former editor of The Washington Post Magazine
Sunday crossword. He regularly creates crosswords for The New York Times
, The Washington Post
, the Crossword Club, Creators Syndicate, and many other outlets. He lives in Bellmore, New York.