Crossword Who's Who - L
Constructors, editors, bloggers and solvers of American crosswords
John Lampkin began constructing crosswords in 2008 and now is approaching his hundredth puzzle published in major venues like the LA Times, NY Times, Simon & Schuster and others.
John teaches piano in the Hudson River Valley, has won international competitions for his chamber music compositions, and has self-published six books of photographs
Roy Leban is a crossword constructor whose puzzles have been published in GAMES magazine, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the New York Times.
Roy is also founder and CTO of Puzzazz, which is building the premier source for puzzles and puzzle games.
In his spare time, he is a photographer, gourmet pizza maker, and ambigrammist. He lives in Redmond, Washington, with his wife, two kids, six computers, three Nikons, and a pizza oven.
Lynn Lempel is a crossword constructor whose puzzles have been published in GAMES magazine, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the New York Times. She is also a member of the CrosSynergy syndicate.
Donna S. LEVIN
Donna Levin, a retired attorney, began constructing crosswords after sailing on Stan Newman's 2004 Crossword Cruise and being inspired by his "how to" lessons.
She and her husband Denis now live on a barrier island in Florida. When she's not constructing puzzles or dodging hurricanes, she works as an environmentalist in behalf of endangered sea turtles and manatees.
Antony Lewis is the author and developer of the Crossword Compiler software package for crossword construction.
Details of the software can be found on his website Crossword Compiler.
Frank W. LEWIS
Frank Waring Lewis (August 25, 1912 – November 18, 2010) was an American cryptographer and cryptic crossword compiler. His puzzles were printed in The Nation for over 60 years, for a total of 2,962 puzzles. Leonard Bernstein, Kurt Vonnegut, and Katha Pollitt were listed among the fans of his puzzles.
Frank Longo is a crossword constructor whose puzzles have been published in the New York Times etc.
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