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David Steinberg was born on 1996 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, is a Crossword constructor and editor. Discover David Steinberg's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 27 years old?

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Age 27 years old
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Born , 1996
Birthplace Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nationality United States

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In September 2019, he became Puzzles and Games Editor at Andrews McMeel Universal, where he continues to edit the Universal Crossword.


In December 2018, he was named editor of the Universal Crossword, a daily and Sunday internationally syndicated puzzle published by Andrews McMeel Universal.


In October 2017, Steinberg became editor of The Puzzle Society Crossword, a daily nationally syndicated feature published by Andrews McMeel Universal.


Juicy Crosswords, a book containing crosswords Steinberg edited for the Orange County Register, was published by Sterling Publishing in 2016.


In June 2013, Steinberg collaborated with veteran New York Times constructor Bernice Gordon on a puzzle that was historic because of their 83-year age difference. At 99, Gordon was the oldest currently publishing New York Times crossword constructor; at 16, Steinberg was the youngest.

In 2013, Steinberg was the most prolific New York Times constructor, published a total of 15 times that year.


In June 2012, he founded the Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project, a collaborative effort to build a digitized, fully analyzable database of The New York Times crossword puzzles published before Will Shortz became editor. Steinberg directs the project, which was an outgrowth of a project he conducted for a science research course while a freshman in high school.

An e-book with 25 crosswords by Steinberg, Chromatics, was published in September 2012. Two months later, he was made crossword editor of the Orange County Register' s 24 weekly associated newspapers. This puzzle feature expanded into the Riverside County Press-Enterprise and the now-defunct Los Angeles Register associated newspapers.

In December 2012, Steinberg was named Person of the Year on XWord Info, which recognizes "remarkable contributors to crosswords."


Steinberg's first crossword publication was in The New York Times on June 16, 2011. Since then he has published nearly 500 puzzles in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Newsday, Orange County Register, Fireball Crosswords, Daily Celebrity Crossword, the American Values Club Crossword, BuzzFeed, 10-4 Magazine, The Jerusalem Post, and books. One of his puzzles was selected for Twenty Under Thirty, and another appeared in The American Red Crossword Book.


David Steinberg (born in 1996) is a crossword constructor and editor. At 14, he became the then second-youngest person to publish a crossword in The New York Times during Will Shortz's editorship. At 15, he became the youngest published constructor in the Los Angeles Times and the youngest known crossword editor ever for a major newspaper (Orange County Register).