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Puzzle-Makers wanted!



Hi everyone,

My name is Chris, and I am an acquisitions editor for Publications International. We publish a bi-monthly magazine called "Brain Games." It's aimed at readers who are looking to increase their mental capacity, analytic capacity, etc. through puzzles.

I'm on the lookout for people who make all manner of puzzles, specifically visual puzzles, ranging from memory games to mazes to sequence puzzles...anything, really! If you've created visually-oriented puzzles for magazines or web sites in the past and are looking for a new outlet, I'd love to talk with you!

To get a sense of the types of puzzles we're looking for, you can check out these sample puzzles I've added to this photo site:


Note: these are not from "Brain Games." They are taken from other publications and represent the types of puzzles we're looking for.

If you're interested, please contact me at csienko (@) pubint (.) com, taking out the spaces and quote marks, of course.

Thanks, and I hope to hear from you soon!

Best wishes,

Chris S.

Publications International


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okay...well why are pizzas round and the boxes flat?

how did adam and eve know what to do without having THE TALK?

why is it american express if it goes outside of u.s. borders?

how does getting high feel good, but hurt so much?

what's the differance between 4 vodkas and a double malt scotch?

and last but not least....

why can a doctor make a radio out of a coconut, but can't fix a boat?

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