9781454916611

Mini Acrostics

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  • ISBN13:

    9781454916611

  • ISBN10:

    1454916613

  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Copyright: 5/3/2016
  • Publisher: Puzzlewright

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Summary

Looking for some quick-to-solve puzzle fun? This smart collection of 120 mini acrostics does the trick—in less time than full-size ones. Just solve the clues and transfer the letters to their proper place in the grid to reveal a wise or witty quote. The quoted notables include: Chris Rock, Joan Rivers, Nick Offerman, Shonda Rhimes, Tina Fey, Roz Chast, Questlove, Ellen DeGeneres, Nora Ephron, Maya Angelou, and more.

Author Biography

Francis Heaney is a former editor-at-large for Games magazine (as well as a playwright, songwriter, humorist, and lapsed tap dancer). His crosswords have appeared in The New York Times, the Onion, the New York Sun, Games, and Wired, among other publications. Puzzle books he has written for Puzzlewright include The Sudoku Code, Brain Games for Word Nerds, Sudoku in Space, and Boss Lady Word Search Puzzles. He is also the author of the humor collection Holy Tango of Literature (Emmis Books). Someone once failed to win $1,000,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire because they didn’t know the answer to one of his trivia questions.

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