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Y F YAP

Y.F. Yap sets crosswords for the Financial Times, as Sayang.

As Uncle Yap he was formerly a blogger in Fifteensquared and in Times for the Times.

Y.F. Yap, born in 1946, is a retired Chartered Accountant in Malaysia. He discovered cryptic crosswords when he was a student at the University of Newcastle in the early 1970s. He started setting cryptic crossword puzzles in a Malaysian weekly paper, the New Sunday Times.


YORICK

The pseudonym of Mike Laws for crosswords in The Independent.


Audrey YOUNG

Audrey Young sets crosswords for The Guardian, using the pseudonym Audreus, and has set crosswords for the Financial Times, as Mutt.

Her son John Young (Shed) also sets crosswords for The Guardian.


John YOUNG

John Young sets crosswords for The Guardian, using the pseudonym Shed, and for the Financial Times, using the pseudonym Dogberry.

Dr. Young gained a PhD from Sheffield University on early modern networks of scientific communication. He is a researcher at the University of Cambridge, transcribing and electronically encoding 16th- to 18th-century manuscripts.

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