If you enjoy wordplay such as palindromes, cryptograms, crossword puzzles, cryptic crosswords, anagrams, or discovering the word SCHOOLED has the letters in the words SHOE and COLD perfectly interlaced ...
you’ll probably find it in our monthly publication, The ENIGMA.
The National Puzzlers’ League hosts an annual convention in July of each year.
The convention is in a different city each year, with cities selected two years in advance.
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The National Puzzlers’ League (the NPL), founded in 1883, is the world’s oldest puzzlers organization.
Unless otherwise stated, no content from our web sites or League publications may be copied or republished without permission of the copyright holders.This book is out of print but available for download (PDF format).Sit & Solve Cryptograms #2, from the National Puzzlers’ League includes cryptograms written by NPL members taken from the pages of The Enigma. Sterling Publishing, 2004 ISBN 1402713096 The current web site banner is by Manx, from the nomtag art for the Milwaukee 2018 convention.Existing members: Click here to renew your membership or get information on how to mail in a check.New members: If you are interested in joining the NPL, here’s how to join.We maintain a list of related organizations that may be of interest to puzzlers.National Puzzlers’ League Cryptic Crosswords, edited by Joshua Kosman (Trazom) and Henri Picciotto (Hot), Random House Puzzles & Games, 2005, ISBN 0812936604.Here are the 16 interesting facts we learned while listening to the podcast.1.Tom Welling started his career as a model, but really just did it to travel.Visit the convention site for the latest information.If you’re new to the NPL, a convention can be a great “crash course” to the League.