January 6, 2019
The mouse calendar tradition continues, this year setting a record for the fewest number of mice ever: 11. That’s not even one mouse per month.
Feel free to download and print this useful item in either refrigerator and bread box size. As always, it’s color-free to spare your printer.
Refrigerator size: DOWNLOAD PDF
Bread box size: DOWNLOAD PDF
January 1, 2018
• LARGE format PDF: DOWNLOAD
• SMALL format PDF: DOWNLOAD
October 20, 2016
Check out Patrick Merrell’s new website, ORTS, a collection of new, never-used, and repurposed material from his 38 years as a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, writer, and puzzlemaker.
You’ll find a new post every day Monday through Friday, plus interesting tidbits in the sidebar column, Orts Shorts.
October 20, 2016
Patrick Blindauer, fellow Patrick and crossword constructor, is offering up a great new Kickstarter project. Watch his video and read all the details HERE. But hurry — there are only a few days left to make it happen!
December 20, 2015
Back by scattered demand — the 20-somethingth annual mouse calendar, this year performing ZEP in the Curse of the Evil Dr. Sumac Who Lives Next Door (follow along with the book!):
• FULL-PAGE VERSION, suitable for framing: DOWNLOAD PDF
• TWO-PER-PAGE VERSION, suitable for squinting: DOWNLOAD PDF
October 19, 2015
To celebrate 35 years of professional puzzlemaking, I’ve put together PDF versions of two books I created in 2005 (for St. Martin’s Press and Random House). Punchline Puzzles contains 50 crosswords with an original cartoon in the center of each grid. AHA! is 125 pages of “clever crossword clue” puzzles. $10 each, both for $18. CLICK HERE for more info and to download samples.