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Author Topic: looking for advice on "going pro"  (Read 1344 times)

earlfrumper

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looking for advice on "going pro"
« on: October 26, 2014, 12:39:25 AM »
Hi all,

Looking for some advice on how to make crossword creation more of a full time thing. If not going "pro", maybe minor league. Currently I produce a paid weekly puzzle for a local newspaper, and I've got a pending puzzle in the LA Times. In general, I think that I can reliably produce decent puzzles.

What I'd like to know about is the process of proposing and creating puzzles as part of a collection (themed or otherwise) for a publishing company or puzzle website. Would I approach, say, Puzzlewright, directly, with a theme idea, or do they reach out to established constructors first?

I welcome any messages on this topic.

Best,
Alex

 


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