“One of my favorite things about crossword puzzles is seeing the many ways that different constructors will clue a single word – for just a moment, you get to peer inside the mind of someone else and at the expense of sounding cheesy, it’s a lovely, intimate moment. Not only that, but I also frequently find myself thinking “man, I wish I would have thought of that cluing angle!” and it’s a testament to the diverse skill sets and talent in our lil’ community. The main goal of Tabula Rasa was to pick everyone’s brains by sending them a silly grid with fun fill and words with a handful of different cluing angles. I also wanted to get new constructors involved – building your own grid for the first time is not only intimidating, but can also be cost prohibitive during *gestures at world events*. I wanted this to be an approachable opportunity for new constructors to get their foot in the door, and I’m very pleased to say that I think it was successful in that. Ultimately, at the end of the day, I just hope everyone had a lot of fun doing this and I’m really grateful for everyone’s enthusiasm about the project!”
Make sure you go check out the rest of the Tabula Rasa puzzles, some of which are posted directly on meat’s blog and the rest of which are available as a zip file you can find within the post. Thanks again to meat for putting together this really fun project and we are happy to be a part of it! Enjoy!
Dob & Momes[Fullscreen solve] [.puz]