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The Azed crossword is published weekly in The Observer newspaper, and is available free online from the Guardian’s crossword site.
 

The Crossword Centre, run by Derek Harrison is the most active site for information about tough cryptic crosswords. It includes information on the puzzles and their setters, and has a popular message board. For Crossword Centre members Derek publishes a monthly prize puzzle. There is also a monthly clue-writing competition judged by the members, which is hosted by & lit.

The Crossword Centre contains a section devoted to Azed.

Solvers who are new the this type of puzzle may also find it helpful to read Dr Watson's reviews of each Azed competition puzzle, published shortly after the competition closing date (normally around the middle of the month).
 

There are blog-style accounts of various solvers' experiences with Azed's weekly puzzles at fifteensquared, usually published shortly after the puzzle's closing date.
 

I'm happy to include further links to Azed-related sites on this page. Please . As this is a specialist site devoted to the Azed competition, I don't intend to publish general crossword-related links – please send these to at the Crossword Centre.
 

The Azed Cup

J. Grimes wins First Prize in competition 2347.

ASLEEP

What gets you this nightly? Tallying sheep, possibly

This year’s honours table

The next Azed competition puzzle will be on Sunday 2nd July


Latest  AZED  No. 2,350  25th Jun

Dr Watson reviews Azed 2347

From the archive

What’ll check acid tum is Settlers, stirred, yielding early signs of said ‘express relief’ (10, 2 words)

Third prize winner by N. G. Shippobotham in competition 1936

Solution