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He presents a general overview of enigmatology, a term coined by American puzzlist Will Shortz to refer to the study of puzzles in anthropology and psychology.
 The movie series was co-created by Will Shortz, New York Times puzzle editor and creator.
So the next time your day turns into a snooze, why not channel your inner Will Shortz? Shortz, as any crossword puzzle lover will tell you, is a six-letter word meaning "diabolically clever New York Times crossword editor." He's been making up all sorts of games for decades.
The New York Times crossword, edited by Will Shortz, is popularly regarded as the creme de la creme of mainstream puzzles.
Martin's Press (the publisher that worked with The New York Times (NYT) and its well-known puzzle editor, Will Shortz).
When Ben introduced himself to Times crossword editor Will Shortz at a nearby crossword convention last fall, the editor remembered his earlier work and took a look at his latest.
Will Shortz, who has been the crossword puzzle editor for the New York Times since 1993, is one of the guests of the championship.
Will Shortz, the cult-popular crossword editor for the Times (he was featured in the 2006 documentary film "Wordplay" and does the weekly puzzle segment on National Public Radio's "Weekend Edition"), says he has enjoyed Ginsberg's odd imagination in the more than half-dozen puzzles he has published during the past year.
With Will Shortz, Ken Burns, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, the Indigo Girls, Merl Reagle, Jon Stewart, Mike Mussina, and Daniel Okrent.
WHO: New York Times Crossword editor Will Shortz; director Patrick Creadon; producer Christine O'Malley
Francis Heaney and Will Shortz play One, Two, Three: Heaney Shortz basement lullaby nursery baritone crying father confession sissy bully torture Indian burn arm twisting playground pain gym injury sprain sprain
Livengood previously worked with Will Shortz, the man behind the Times crossword, so he knows his stuff.