- I am one of the regular constructors for the puzzle on the giant crossword wall at Eltana Bagels in Seattle, which is produced by Lone Shark Games. Previous weeks' puzzles are on the Eltana website; mine include Build Bridges, Greet Others First, and part of Teach Your Child to Swim. The puzzles are also appearing (on a later schedule) in the Seattle Jewish Times. My first puzzle is on page 12 of the March 25, 2011 issue; with more to come!
- Election Headlines -- the Wall Street Journal puzzle of Oct. 31, 2008, a collaboration with Todd McClary and Craig Kasper
first New York Times puzzle was published on Sunday, 26
August 2007, and was a collaborative effort with Craig Kasper, Jeffrey
Harris, and Todd McClary. (NYT Premium Puzzles subscription required.)
- "Fill in the Blank" -- a Thursday-level crossword puzzle in PDF; and the solution
- "Yavneh Banquets" -- a puzzle created for Camp Yavneh
- "Current Events, June 2007" -- a Wednesday-level crossword puzzle in .puz format
- Zamir 36th Anniversary Tribute crossword puzzle: as a PDF, in .puz format and the solution
- Purim 5763 crossword puzzle: in .puz format (and as it appeared on page 3 of the 5763 Jewish Ad Bucket and the solution as a PDF)
- "The Feast of Masks" -- A puzzle for Purim 5774. Answers (14 Mar 2014)
- "A Cute Puzzle" -- A puzzle for my birthday. Answers (11 Mar 2014)
- "It's Time to Light the Lights" -- A puzzle for Chanukah 5774. Answers (27 Nov 2013)
- "The AMG 'Zine", a miniganza (puzzle set) that I wrote for my fortieth-birthday party. Answers and explanations.
- "Sweet Sixteen" -- A puzzle for my wife on the occasion of sixteen years of marriage. (31 July 2010)
- A short puzzle set that I wrote to celebrate the launch of Adobe's website Acrobat.com.
- "Purim Puzzler" -- a set of short puzzles for Purim 5768 (2008). Hints are available for puzzles
9; as are the answers. There are two errata on puzzle 7: The instructions say "the numbers indicate how many other visited blocks you can reach..." but the numbers also include the block containing the number, as in the example. (Thanks, Treesong!) Also, the fifth neighborhood does not have a unique solution, but which of the three possible solutions is intended should be clear once you compare it to the other four. (Thanks, Btnirn!)
- "Oy, Hanukah!" -- a set of short puzzles with a tenuous connection to Hanukah created for the JCDS Oren Parents' Night. (2007/5768) And, of course, the answers