Crossword Nation — Encore Presentation

Reserved Crossword

Recently, folks asked us to share a Crossword Nation puzzle published in April 2015. Titled “Fleet of Foot,” the puzzle celebrates achievement and excellence. I’ll say no more, lest additional facts spoil the solve. Here is our encore presentation. Enjoy!

This is an “interactive puzzle” . . . it’s best solved in print, as most apps can’t accommodate connect-the-dot effects.

(PDF only, as we invite you to draw!)

Download and Print “Fleet of Foot”


Answer Grid for “Fleet of Foot”


For answers and puzzle critiques, check out Janie Smulyan’s review on Amy Reynaldo’s blog, “Diary of a Crossword Fiend”

Have a good week!  ~ Liz Gorski





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21x Wall Street Journal Puzzle by Elizabeth C. Gorski


Happy Saturday and an Invitation to Solve!

We hope you’re enjoying this balmy, high-summer weekend.  Pour a tall, cool drink and try my 21x crossword in today’s Wall Street Journal.  It’s titled “Small Change” and it’s a bit of a challenge. Take your time and enjoy the solve!

The good folks at The Journal picked up the tab. It’s free of charge: you can download and print it here.

Wishing you a peaceful weekend.   Ciao, friends!




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Free Crossword …. and Judith Dupré’s Book Party at One World Trade Center

2016 has been a year of new beginnings for me. New friends, new opportunities, new challenges.

Recently we were honored to create a custom crossword for Judith Dupré’s groundbreaking biography of One World Trade Center!  The puzzle was offered to 350+ guests of the April 26 book party at One World Trade Center.

How magical it was to celebrate this beautiful skyscraper (the tallest in the Western Hemisphere) — while enjoying the grand vistas from the building itself!

You can download and print the puzzle here, on the book’s website.  Your choice of color or black-and-white. There’s artwork involved — we recommend solving with pen or ink.

Congratulations on this magnificent achievement, Judith!


Guests gathered high atop the OWTC to celebrate Judith’s new book.


The guest of honor — brilliant and beautiful Judith Dupré


A special puzzle for a magical night atop One World Trade Center.


The other guest of honor –One World Trade Center.


Guests took a shot at solving the puzzle.  Judith provided three essential puzzle-solving tools —  food, champagne and pencils!

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