Prospect in conversation with Tom Johnson, the influential British crossword setter, known for his cryptics and general-knowledge puzzles. Tom compiles the Generalist as Didymus in Prospect magazine, Gozo in the Financial Times and Busman in the Toughie series in The Daily Telegraph; and for The Spectator under the pseudonym Doc since July 1981. He has also edited Araucaria’s 1 Across magazine since early 2000 and recently made his debut in the Guardian as Maskarade.
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