The New York Times has a Hex acrostic,
Meanwhile, Deb Amlen is raving over Saturday's New York Times puzzle, in which Joe Krozel managed to construct a stack of five fifteen-letter words. The rest of the puzzle had to be compromised to make the stack work, but Joe's place in constructing history is assured.
And while there wasn't a The Nation puzzle this week, Hot and Trazom do have a new post in Word Salad. They decry the tendency of North American constructors to slavishly adhere to the [unwritten] rules, which they think stifles the opportunity to create some fun clues (I agree with that part) and also takes away an element of individuality from constructing (I disagree with that part: I can pick out a Hex puzzle from the way they use secondary definitions, and correctly identified them when The Nation held its puzzle auditions). So do you think Hot and Trazom are right? Go over and join the debate.