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The Very Hungry Caterpillar
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is eating everything again.
A collection of sketches from my travels around the world.
A new Hanukkah tradition.
It's Halloween, and these are the only costumes left at the store.
Hit the Spot
A Spotify mix tape.
Fifteen movies that hold a special place for me.
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Light, bite-sized puzzles. Featured in the Signals Monthly Newsletter.
Think of a place where you might find outlets. Turn the first letter 180° and you’ll end up with a word for another place where you might find an entirely different kind of outlet. What words are these?
Think of a hyphenated word for a kind of book that contains salacious details. Remove four of the same letter from that word, and what remains will be a word for the kind of content you'd find in such a book. What are the words?
Think of an animal in 6 letters, and two things you might feed that animal. Say those three words together aloud, in that order, to get the full name of a famous literary character. What character is it?
Think of two six-letter words that each start and end with a T. Swap the two syllables of one of them, and phonetically, you’ll get a synonym of the other. What are the two words?
Think of a superhero. Take their alter ego's last name, and the last word of their nickname, and together you’ll get the full name of a living actor. That actor’s most famous role kind of sounds like a superhero, …
What is a word for something you might eat at a roast, or something you might do at a roast?
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My entries in the 31-day EnigMarch puzzle-writing challenge. More at
Day 31: Meta
This is it.
Day 30: Phantom
Time to eat a power pellet.
Day 29: Note
Just a short note.
Day 28: Map
I received a couple of letters from each of these countries. Might be some kind of code.
Day 27: Suit
Four suits for sale.
Day 26: Name
Hell, My Name Is…
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