Crossword Conundrum – Puzzle Solutions from WD's May/June 2018 Issue

We're always delighted to include fun puzzles and games for writers in the back of each issue of Writer's Digest. The May/June 2018 issue includes a crossword puzzle, and now we've brought it to our readers on the web. Play the puzzle here, or find the answers to the version that appears in the magazine.
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We're always delighted to include fun puzzles and games for writers in the back of each issue of Writer's Digest. The May/June 2018 issueincludes a crossword puzzle on the back page, and now we've brought it to our readers on the web. Find the answer key below.

ACROSS

  1. UNBURIED
  2. PROPOSAL
  3. SUEGRAFTON
  4. NYT
  5. OHIO
  6. POV

DOWN

  1. BETA
  2. DVPIT
  3. AUGGIE
  4. REJECTION
  5. PLATFORM
  6. SAUNDERS

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