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1. New York Poetry Festival Featured On Kickstarter

The Poetry Society of New York, the producers behind the 5th annual New York City Poetry Festival, have raised more than $12,000 on Kickstarter.

The funds will be used to cover the costs of hosting this year’s event. We’ve embedded a video about the project above.

Here’s more from the Kickstarter page: “This year we will welcome back more than 75 New York City poetry groups, including venerable institutions, upstarts, small presses, local reading series, literary journals, high school poetry teams, and more to The Festival’s three stages. If year’s past are any indication, over 250 poets will present, and we’ve already booked some incredible headliners: Nick Flynn, Patricia Spears Jones, David Matlin, and Fran Quinn!”

Welcome to our Kickstarter Publishing Project of the Week, a feature exploring how authors and publishers are using the fundraising site to raise money for book projects. If you want to start your own project, check out How To Use Kickstarter to Fund Your Publishing Project.

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2. Bethenny Frankel and Richard Lewis Get Booked

Bethenny FrankelHere are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.

To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date.

Reality stars Bethenny Frankel (pictured, via) and Carole Radziwill will sit for a conversation at Bryant Park’s Word for Word reading series. Meet them on Wednesday, May 20th from 12:30 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. (New York, NY)

Writer Jenny Milchman will appear at the NYPL’s Jefferson Market branch to discuss her new book, As Night Falls. See her on Wednesday, May 20th starting 6:00 p.m. (New York, NY)

Comedian Richard Lewis will headline a signing at the Union Square branch of Barnes & Noble. Check it out on Wednesday, May 20th starting 7:00 p.m. (New York, NY)

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3. ‘Toy Story’ Will Get The Academic Conference Treatment

A two-day event in November will be dedicated entirely to Pixar's first film.

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4. SDCC and San Diego Public Library announce the Art of Comic-Con exhibit

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While the San Diego Convention Center expansion looks to be dead in the water, Comic-Con International isn’t stopping on its moves to expand the footprint of the convention by expanding to other venues. Last year a couple of SDCC events were held at the San Diego Public Library, and this year the library will host an art show called The Art of Comic-Con that will showcase original art by more than 60 artists from the CCI archives including work by Sergio Aragonés, Howard Chaykin, Cliff Chiang, Michael Cho, Colleen Coover, Rick Geary, Gilbert Hernandez, Jim Lee, Dave McKean, Frank Miller, Marshall Rogers, John Romita Jr., Bill Sienkiewicz, William Stout, Babs Tarr, and others. The art was created for souvenir and program books for Comic-Con, WonderCon, and APE.

The show opens on Saturday, June 20, 2015 witha public reception from 12 to 2 pm and runs through August 30th 2015, so plenty of time to go see it during the con. It was jointly organized by Kara West, the Library’s Arts and Culture Exhibition Manager and Gary Sassaman, Comic-Con International’s Director of Print and Digital Media. The show will be held at the Art Gallery on the 9th Floor of the San Diego Central Library @ Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common.

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5. Neil Gaiman and Jules Feiffer Get Booked

92YHere are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.

To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date.

Four writers will appear at the final Pen Parentis gathering of the season. Check it out on Tuesday, May 12th starting 7 p.m. (New York, NY)

Jules Feiffer and Neil Gaiman will headline a conversation at the 92Y. Meet them on Thursday, May 14th starting 7 p.m. (New York, NY)

Six children’s books creators will participate in a “Picture Books with Animals” panel at Books of Wonder. Join in on Saturday, May 16th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (New York, NY)

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6. Literature Wales to Launch the International Dylan Day

Dylan Day Poster (GalleyCat)The executives behind Literature Wales will launch the first-ever International Dylan Day on May 14th.

The date was chosen to commemorate the premiere of Dylan Thomas’ play Under Milk Wood. That production took place in 1953 at the 92Y Poetry Center.

According to the press release, the organization hopes “to make it an annual celebration of Thomas’ life and work.” The program for this year’s celebration includes “a #DylanDay Twitter campaign,” the Dylan’s Great Poem online initative, “the first public viewing of Dylan Thomas’ recently discovered ‘lost notebook.'” and “performances throughout the United Kingdom.”

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7. This Morning in New York City: 75th Anniversary Screening of ‘Pinocchio’

"Pinocchio" screens this morning as part of the Academy's on-going Animation Showcase series.

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8. D23 Expo 2015 Announces Arena Presentations

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This August the D23: The Official Disney Fan Club announces the lineup of the most highly anticipated presentations at D23 EXPO 2015August 14–16. It all starts on Friday Aug 14 with the Disney legends awards ceremony hosted by CEO Bob Iger. Later that same day Disney Animation and Pixar will show off their upcoming projects Zootopia and Finding Dory.  On Saturday morning, The Walt Disney Studios will preview the coming slate of live-action films from Disney such as Alice Through the Looking Glass and The Jungle Book along with the latest from Marvel and Lucasfilm. Then on Saturday afternoon, fans will get a preview of what’s in store at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts during a presentation hosted by Parks Chairman Bob Chapek.

To showcase these Expo favorites, Disney is creating “Hall D23,” a new 7,500-seat venue located in Hall D of the Anaheim Convention Center, so that more guests than ever can see the presentations live and in person.

With Marvel Studios not having an SDCC Hall H presentation this year, D23 could be the place for their fan service moments this year. No word yet on if the publishing side of Marvel will have a presence at D23, but more details about the show are sure to roll in soon.

Tickets for D23 EXPO 2015 are available at a discounted price for a limited time. Until June 30, 2015, tickets are $67 for a one-day adult admission and $48 for children 3–12. Tickets for members of D23: The Official Disney Fan Club are $58 for a one-day adult admission and $42 for children. Multi-day money-saving tickets are also available. D23 Members can save as much as $188 off the price of admission, based on the purchase of four three-day tickets at the D23 Member rate. For more information on tickets and the ticket pricing structure for D23 Members and general admission, visit D23EXPO.com.

 

 

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9. Kiera Cass and Gretchen Rubin Get Booked

The Heir Cover (GalleyCat)Here are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.

To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date.

Pinkalicious series creator Victoria Kann will make an appearance at Books of Wonder. Meet her on Saturday, May 9th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (New York, NY)

Young adult author Kiera Cass will discuss her newest book, entitled The Heir, at the 92Y (Lexington Ave. branch). Join in on Saturday, May 9th starting 7:30 p.m. (New York, NY)

The next session of the Macaulay Author Series will feature a conversation between Better Than Before author Gretchen Rubin and journalist Anne KreamerCheck it out on Monday, May 11th from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (New York, NY)

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10. ReedPop Releases Its First E-Book

reedpopReedPop has published an e-book entitled 12 Books You Can’t Miss at BookCon 2015. This digital project contains excerpts from 12 highly anticipated books.

According to the press release, “each author has also written a unique, personalized note addressing BookCon fans.” Below, we’ve posted the full list of books.

Titles Featured in 12 Books You Can’t Miss at BookCon 2015

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11. Annecy Will Host Genndy Tartakovsky, Masaaki Yuasa, ‘Zootopia’ Directors, Richard Williams

Annecy is taking over San Diego Comic-Con as the place for Hollywood to preview its major projects.

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12. What’s Happening NYC: Forbidden Planet Rocks!

WOW!  Forbidden Planet in New York City, one of the oldest and best comics retailers in the country, has an amazing amount of events planned this week!

First off, on New Comics Wednesday:

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Dan Slott and Chris Miskiewicz will be signing from 6 PM until…?

Then, on Thursday, the 30th, things get really interesting!

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Words fail me, so here’s some PR:

Forbidden Planet is stoked to announce a Troma signing on Thursday April 30th at 7PM! The Troma Team and Ship to Shore Phone Co. are celebrating the release of the Class of Nuke ‘Em High Original Soundtrack Lp and the Blu-ray releases of Class of Nuke “Em High Part 2 and The Toxic Avenger part 2!

Meet Lloyd Kaufman (Troma President and creator of The Toxic Avenger), Ethan Hurt(Composer of the Class of Nuke ‘Em High Theme), and Lisa Gaye (star of Class of Nuke ‘ Em High 2 & 3, Toxic Avenger 2-4, and many more Troma classiscs!

That’s right!  Blu-Ray!

Friday?  They take a break.  Because Saturday is Free Comic Book Day!!!!

And what an amazing signing!  Ed Piskor!  Dash Shaw! At Noon! (Oooh… what if they collaborated? My mind reels…)

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Here’s the fine print, and it’s mighty fine!

Forbidden Planet NYC will be giving away bags of comics starting at 9am, May 2nd.  All ages bags will also be provided as this is a family-friendly event and there’s little else we like more than comics in the hands of a new generation of readers.  We give away COMPLETE bags of books until we start running out of titles, and will do so as supplies last, so remember to ARRIVE EARLY.

Didja see that?  COMPLETE BAGS!

Madness.

But pretty dang cool.

What’s more, ALL comic books, graphic novels and manga in stock will be ON SALE at 15% OFF for the entire day!!!

Buy one of those gigantic colossal Artist Editions. Or grab something for your niece, nephew, cousin in their great kids section!  Lots of toys, games, t-shirts, collectibles as well!


 

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13. Melissa Grey & Marissa Moss Get Booked

A Great Good Place for BooksHere are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.

To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date.

Author Hubert Crouch will discuss his new thriller The Word at Parnassus Books. Hear him on Tuesday, April 28th starting 6:30 p.m. (Nashville, TN)

Young adult novelist Melissa Grey will celebrate the release of her new book, The Girl at Midnight. Join in on Wednesday, April 29th at Books of Wonder from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (New York, NY)

Writer Robin Newman will headline a signing session at The Corner Bookstore. See her on Thursday, April 30th starting 7 p.m. (New York, NY)

Children’s books creator Marissa Moss will appear at Great Good Place for Books to talk about the final installment of the Amelia’s Notebook series. Meet her on Saturday, May 2nd starting 12 p.m. (Oakland, CA)

The Powerhouse Arena will host the launch for artist Krzysztof Poluchowicz’s book, Brooklyn ABC: A Scrapbook to Everyone’s Favorite Borough. Check it out on Saturday, May 2nd starting 4 p.m. (Brooklyn, NY)

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14. Charity Auction and Fun Writing Tool

This is less of a craft post and more of an update. Last month, my husband and I signed on to a restaurant project called Parella that will be opening in the vibrant Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis this summer. I’ll be acting as the wine director, as I’m actually a certified sommelier, which is a fun piece of trivia. Not to worry, I’m still editing almost full-time with a robust list of clients. If you’d like me to help you with any manuscript, query, or publishing conundrum, please see my editorial website.

In other news, I’m participating in an auction and donating a 30-minute phone or Skype consultation with the lucky winner about anything manuscript- or publishing-related. NAAlley.com, along with authors and publishing professionals from around the world have come together to raise awareness of violence against women, as well as show support for an amazing and courageous young lady, Queena–the Bloomingdale Library victim. Back in 2008, Queena was a vibrant eighteen-year-old with a full scholarship to her dream college and her whole life ahead of her. She was returning books to the local library when she was beaten, brutally raped, and left for dead in the swamps behind the library. Queena suffered multiple brain injuries and has lost all motor skills, including speech, vision, the ability to walk, talk, or feed herself.

Now, seven years later, she still requires round-the-clock care and is confined to a wheelchair, but she makes strides every year and can communicate with eye movement and various sounds. Medical expenses and therapy cost over $70K every year, and we want to show Queena how proud we are of her for never giving up.

The Quest for Queena is hosted by www.NAAlley.com and will have various reader and writer related items up for bid. 100% of the proceeds will go to Queena and her family for the therapy that helps Queena progress just a little more with each new year.

Some of the items up for bid include:

    • Critiques from literary agents Sara Megibow & Cassie Hanjian.
    • Author education courses and consultations from Authors Training Authors, Stand up-Stand Out-Rake It In, Plot Whisperer, Mary Kole, and more.
    • Top rated publishing and writing software from Save the Cat, Scrivener, & Vellum.
      Design & promotional services from Lola’s Blog Tours, Forward Authority, Colbert Creative, BookGraphics, and StoryFinds.
    • Editorial consultations & services from respected industry pros.
    • Autographed books from Leigh Talbert Moore, Brenda Novak, Livia Blackburne, Lydia Kang, Lori M. Lee, Therese Walsh, and so many more!
    • A VIP pass to UtopYA writers conference.

These are just a few of the amazing items and services. Please visit the auction website starting April 27 to bid all week long. Now is your chance to get an excellent deal while supporting a worthy cause at the same time.

On Friday, May 1, NAAlley.com will wrap up the event with a Facebook party, in which all final winners will be announced, as well as more prizes and author visits given away.

To learn more about Queena, please visit JoinQueena.com.

Finally, if you struggle with adverbs, I just heard about this easy-peasy tool called “Adverbless” where you can copy and paste your document into an online window and it points out all of those pesky adverbs for you. Give it a whirl, and remember that friends don’t let friends use adverbs. :)

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15. Hugo Pratt: Artist as Adventurer now at the Society of Illustrators

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I’ve been raving about all the great comics art that was up at the Society of Illustrators during April for the MoCCA fest, but they’re not stopping with Alt.Comix, Little Nemo and Craig Yoe. The new exhibit is a show of Hugo Pratt art. The creator of Corto Maltese is one of the all time great comics illustrators and this sounds like a must see. The show runs until June 13th, so get on down!

There have been many adventure-comics creators, but not many whose personal lives could serve as inspiration for their comics’ hero. Hugo Pratt was born in Italy and raised in Ethiopia where, at age 15, he was interned, with his mother, in a British prison camp. After World War II he returned to Italy, then set out for Argentina, spending the next decade drawing comics and traveling around South America. A brief sojourn in London preceded a return to Argentina, a return to Italy, then a move to France, before his final move, to Switzerland in 1984, where he lived until his death in 1995.

During his peripatetic lifetime, he was threatened with execution as a spy, organized entertainment for Allied troops, and drew adventure or war comics in Italy, Argentina, England, and France. Clearly influenced by Milton Caniff, Pratt nevertheless developed a distinctive style that used the cinematic “camera” to great effect, as well as a simplicity of line that conveyed a great deal with extraordinary economy.

Pratt’s most famous creation, the wandering Maltese sailor Corto Maltese, was born in Italy in the pages of the Sergeant Kirk comics magazine, but achieved international fame in France, serialized in the children’s weekly Pif Gadget. Pratt was able to use his own broad literary and historical knowledge to add depth and sophistication to these stories, bringing an adult audience to the comics, which were eventually translated into twelve languages. In addition to the Corto Maltese tales, issued first in black-and-white, then reissued in color, Pratt worked on travel sketches, autobiographical memories, and the occasional commission, as seen in this exhibition.

“Hugo Pratt: Artist as Adventurer” is curated by Patrizia Zanotti and Karen Green, and is supported in part by IDW Publishing.

 

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16. Christopher Myers & Epic Reads Get Booked

epic reads logoHere are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.

To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date.

The Epic Reads summer tour will kick off with a panel at Books of Wonder. Join in on Tuesday, April 21st from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (New York, NY)

Award-winning children’s books creator Christopher Myers will discuss his new book, My Pen, at Barnes & Noble (86th & Lexington Ave.). Meet him on Thursday, April 23rd starting at 1 p.m. (New York, NY)

The next session of the Book’d in Burbank event will take place at Theatre Banshee. Check it out on Thursday, April 23rd from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (Burbank, CA)

 

 

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17. David OReilly’s Films Will Screen at MoMA Next Month

The innovative 29-year-old filmmaker will be the subject of a MoMA film event.

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18. Gayle Forman & Jay Asher Team Up For a Mental Health Benefit

Gayle & JayAuthors Gayle Forman and Jay Asher, will appear at “We Are Here: A Benefit to Raise Hope and Awareness for Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Promotion.” The two young adult novelists have both written books that deal with the subject of suicide.

A Great Good Place for Books, a California-based independent bookstore, and the Montclair Presbyterian Church will team up to host this event. Attendees will enjoy music, discussions, and a signing session. For those who can’t make it in-person, the event will be livestreamed.

The organizers hope to raise $5,000 which will be given to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Should that goal be met, Forman pledges to personally match every dollar. Follow this link to learn more details about this event.

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19. Tonight to do: European (Comics) Invasion with Darryl Cunningham, Penelope Bagieu, Sergio Garcia Sanchez & Nadja Spiegelman at Word in BK

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This event takes place at our Brooklyn location.

The artists are coming! WORD is proud to present a panel discussion with UK and European artists Darryl Cunningham (The Age of Selfishness: Ayn Rand, Morality, and the Financial Crisis), Penelope Bagieu(Exquisite Corpse), and Sergio Garcia Sanchez and Nadja Spiegelman (Lost in NYC: A Subway Adventure), moderated by Heidi MacDonald.

I’ll be asking them about their own work, evolving comics traditions, storytelling, panel breakdowns, the economic crisis of 2008, the US-Euro comics cross fertilization and whatever else I can think of.Last event, but the one that I am moderating!
BK: European (Comics) Invasion with Darryl Cunningham, Penelope Bagieu, Sergio Garcia Sanchez & Nadja Spiegelman | WORD:

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20. Mini Con War: MoCCA Festival vs East Coast Comicon

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Actually not a con war, but a curiosity of scheduling with both the MoCCA Festival and Crucial Entertainment East Coast Comicon in the Meadowlands both scheduled for this weekend.

When I originally heard about the scheduling I was told that it had all been worked out and there was no beef, but it’s still unfortunate since there are great guests at both shows and I’m sure a lot of people would go to both. Although they aren’t that far apart AS THE CROW FLIES, the crow must fly over a wide river, and hopping back and forth between Jersey and the meatpacking distract isn’t totally easy unless you have a car and don’t mind paying a lot of tolls.

Someone also pointed us to the East Coast Comicon website, which has an updated attitude towards the press:

Everybody wants one, everybody has a blog. We’ve found that coverage of the con, during the con does little to promote our efforts. We have a finite amount of tickets and we can’t give them out to everyone who wishes to shoot some video or chat to a comic creator — yes, we’re mean terrible people because we don’t want to let you in for free. For the most part, your blog posts do not help us spread the word about our con. How do we know this? We’ve polled our customers. Why do other cons let bloggers and podcasters into their cons for free? Perhaps they haven’t done their homework to find out what helps for promotion. So please don’t feel ill of us, we’re glad you love comics enough to write or blog about the art form, but we just can’t justify granting all the requests we get; and we get a lot.


Which makes sense when you consider the number of comics media outlets these days. Most shows, especially larger ones, have had to put in a lot more guidelines for who is press and who isn’t.

All that said, Torsten will be on the scene for ECC covering all the breaking news. As for The Beat, we’ll be at MoCCA both days, and we have no idea if we’re on the press list or not—admission is $5 a day and that’s cheap enough that we can swing it no matter what.

Wherever you may be going, have a fun time!

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21. 2015 Little Rebels Children’s Book Award – Shortlist Announced

The UK’s 2015 Little Rebels Award shortlist has been announced – and it’s an exciting, diverse selection of eight books, featuring both new and well-established book creators.

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22. Marissa Moss & R.L. Stine Get Booked

RL StineHere are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.

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Writer Marissa Moss will celebrate the release of Amelia’s Middle School Graduation Yearbook at Folio Books. Join in on Friday, April 17th starting 6 p.m. (San Francisco, CA)

Horror master R.L. Stine will appear at BookCourt to discuss the latest installment of the Fear Street series, Don’t Stay Up Late. Meet him on Saturday, April 18th starting 7 p.m. (Brooklyn, NY)

Four children’s books creators will participate in the April Storybook Showcase panel at Books of Wonder. Check it out on Sunday, April 19th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (New York, NY)

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23. Indiegogo Campaign Launched For Shakespeare Sonnet Slam

Producer Melinda Hall has launched a crowdfunding venture on Indiegogo. She hopes to raise $6,000 for the 5th Annual Shakespeare Sonnet Slam.

This free event, celebrating William Shakespeare’s birthday, is scheduled to take place in New York City on April 24, 2015. We’ve embedded a video about the project above.

Here’s more about the project: “The event is free to the public and free for the Readers but we have certain costs in producing this growing event and any contribution you make allows this event to continue and bring Shakespeare to all. This year, we are setting our goal at the highest we have ever done so we can begin a perpetual fund to assure future Sonnet Slams.”

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24. Your Favorite Cartoon Characters Just Got Fat (Gallery)

The obesity epidemic takes its toll on cartoon characters in a new book and exhibition.

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25. Europe’s FMX Conference Celebrates Joe Letteri, Pixar, and ILM

The 20th anniversary edition of the conference will present some major industry players.

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