Flats and Finishing the Year of Puzzles
The Flat Puzzles
We've got great news about the Flat puzzles, for those of you at the Thinker level and above. On Friday, we proofed the last piece of the puzzles, and it is now ready to get printed. The other pieces are either done and waiting to be stuffed into envelopes, or printed but not through final processing. And we've stocked up on envelopes and envelopes. This has taken a lot longer than we thought it would, and we ended up having to use three different printers to accomplish it, but we think you'll really like the puzzles.
If you have a change of address, this is the time to let us know, as we'll be printing the mailing labels soon. If you've previously sent us a message about an address change, and we replied, then we've got your new address. Please update your address by September 12th.
Finishing the Year
The sixteenth puzzle in the Year of Puzzles will be coming out on September 10th and is by none other than New York Times crossword editor and Puzzlemaster Will Shortz. If you like the style of puzzles that Will showcases on NPR, then you'll really like this puzzle, and it's got a twist that can't be done on radio.
Since the next puzzle is the sixteenth, that means we don't have very long to go. And then there are the meta puzzles. That's right, puzzles — four of them. You didn't think you could save the world of puzzles with just one meta, did you?