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Eric Berlin has had dozens of crosswords in the New York Times, as well as in outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Games Magazine, and many more. Eric is also the author of the Winston Breen series of mysteries for children: The Puzzling World of Winston Breen, The Potato Chip Puzzles, and The Puzzler’s Mansion, which together have been nominated for more than a dozen state reading awards. He has created live puzzle events for the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, the Connecticut Library Association, and the National Museum of Mathematics, and has puzzled kids across the country with his school and library visits. http://www.ericberlin.com