Latin squares are a relatively common puzzle form consisting of an n×n grid in which every row and column contains each of n symbols exactly once.
For this puzzle, we have a 9×9 grid and the letters A, E, H, I, N, O, P, S, and T. In addition, one main diagonal of this puzzle contains each letter exactly once (the other main diagonal allows repeats), and the darker shaded area contains the letters in POSTPOSITION.
Complete the puzzle and send your solutions to the editors of SpecGram by May 15th, 2017, and you could win some SpecGram merch.* The correct solution and winners, if any, will be announced in the June issue of Speculative Grammarian.
The solution to last month’s puzzle, Rasmus Rask Puzzle V
Each of the puzzlemeisters below will receive some moderately desirable SpecGram merch:
Brennan Long • Vincent Fish • Vivian Choi
In addition, the following puzzlers have achieved the everlasting glory that comes with an honorable mention:
Keith Slater • Tanjam Jacobson • Daniel Swanson
* Note that SpecGram Anti-