When I came up with the idea for this puzzle, I wasn't sure it would be possible either for me to construct it or for anyone to solve it. The construction was a bit of a challenge, but not as much as I anticipated or might appear at first glance. For one thing, the grid is relatively simple, with no Across word more than seven letters long; also, the only letter constraints are in the reveal at 33-Across; finally, a web-based anagram solver made it easy to test possible entries. I still had to use cheater squares to avoid problematic fill, and David added an unusual title to make sure solvers—especially those who start at 1-Across and work their way through the clues—didn't overlook the reveal. The final puzzle, although difficult, is indeed solvable, and I hope you enjoy the challenge.